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Best Non-Profit/Education Website Built With Drupal

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Best Non-Profit/Education/Science/Training Website Built With Drupal

Nominees for Best Non-Profit/Education Website Built With Drupal represent Drupal implementations for Non-Profit businesses or Educational institutions.

Sosense

Sosense.org is a fundraising platform for selected social enterprises and was built with Drupal 7, organic groups, Drupal Commerce and i18n.

The feature, which provides us with the most pride on Sosense.org, is the implementation of Drupal Commerce to raise funds and purchase and redeem vouchers.

Victorian AIDS Council (VAC)

The site provides essential support in the fight against HIV/AIDS and STI in Victoria Australia. It plays a key role in promoting health and HIV/AIDS prevention messages. Organisational programs are supported greatly by fundraising, in part facilitated through the site.

Growing Ambitions

Daresbury-based, Drupal specialist Ixis teamed up with leading education organisation, TSL Education to develop TES Growing Ambitions, a not-for-profit website to support teachers helping young people discover the right career path.

In 2011, UK youth unemployment was at a record high, with one in five young people not in employment, education or training.

International Rescue Committee

Enterprise fundraising fully integrated with Salesforce, processing thousands of donations and user interactions.

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

The Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) website demonstrates what an experienced web developer can accomplish using Drupal core as the foundation for stacking contributed and custom module 'building blocks' to create a great website.

Drupal's community and best practices inspired a well-structured and maintainable back-end, that includes a customized administrative user interface and workflow, API documentation for all custom code, release management, and coding and styles guidelines.

With a successful Drupal development, the designers and architects of the MSKCC website were

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