ENCINO, CA – MAY 8, 2012 - FPA Technology Services, Inc. (FPA), the leading full service IT Consulting Firm in the Los Angeles area, announces today that it was selected to provide its web development services to Hope for Paws, a Los Angeles area non-profit animal rescue organization that rescues dogs and other animals who are suffering on the streets and in the shelters.
Hope for Paws has been featured in the media including Martha Stewart’s blog The Daily Wag, the Anderson Cooper show, and on NBC’s Today show. FPA updated the Hope for Paws web site with a new look & feel and ways to better showcase its YouTube videos and social media presence. The site’s updated home page now includes features such as a display of Hope for Paws’ messages on Twitter and a form that visitors can easily complete to search for a specific kind of pet to adopt.
"We're proud to be selected as a key business partner for Hope for Paws," said Craig Pollack, FPA's Founder & CEO. "One of our Core Values is ‘Build Something Bigger than Ourselves,’ and working with Hope for Paws is a way that we get to address this as well as help showcase an important cause."
Hope for Paws founder Eldad Hagar added, “FPA deserves so much credit for working with the NationBuilder system to build our site so quickly while fulfilling all of our special requests. One of our goals is to inspire people with our videos of rescuing animals and showing them that there is hope. FPA’s work on our website is an important step toward helping us achieve this goal.”
The Hope for Paws web site is located at www.hopeforpaws.org.