Fidelity Networks' Light Up The Web Award Now Accepting Applicants

June 30, 2015 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News
June 30, 2015 - Fidelity Networks today began accepting applications for the 2015 Light Up The Web award. The entry and nomination process can be accessed at

Light Up the Web is an annual award sponsored by Fidelity Networks, and encourages non-profit organizations of all kinds who need technical or web or social media assistance to apply for sponsorship in the 2015-2016 season. The intent of the competition is to reward those who otherwise may not be able to afford excellent technology, but who are doing real good in the world.

Organizations such as community service groups, churches, 501(c )3s, non-profits and not for profits should look for the application launching June 30, 2015 at The application asks simple questions about your group. Affiliated individuals who are not in leadership positions can nominate organizations, and organizational leaders will be contacted to complete the details of the application.

Three winners will be selected for the 2015-2016 season.

The Grand Prize will include a $1,000 package of technical hardware, a technical support consultation with a CIO, monthly tech support services, and a web design review and branding plan including social media.

Second Prize will include a one hour consultation, a social media strategic plan, and the creation or renovation of a blog or website.

Third Prize will include three one hour tech support service calls or a branding consultation and strategic plan.

"Light Up The Web is at the heart of one of our core values at Fidelity Networks," said COO and co-owner, Kathleen Hurley. "We are dedicated supporting good in the world. When we help services and organizations who in turn help others - those who are homeless, victims of abuse, ill and without medical aid, or without a meal - our entire community becomes stronger."

Fidelity Networks, based in Murfreesboro, TN and serving businesses and organizations internationally, routinely supports organizations like Doctors without Borders, Geeks with Benefits and The Wounded Warrior Project. "When we have been extremely blessed and fortunate - and we have - we are reminded to take care of those who need it, and we are honored to sponsor Light Up The Web to formally do just that," said Fidelity Networks President, Scott Herndon.

The entry and nomination periods run through September 30, 2015.

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