When Entoo was founded in 2015, two of our first clients were non-profits. Since then, our portfolio of non-profit work has expanded greatly. Over the past several years, a good deal of our pipeline has consisted of work from some of Casper's premiere 501c3 organizations.
A sense of community
Foremost, non-profits are the center of our communities. They are the soul of Casper, and without them, we venture to say that this would be a pretty dull place to live. More than that, however, non-profits bring our community closer together. The Science Zone, for instance, provides a safe environment where children can engage in hands-on S.T.E.M. education, at a time when science education is crucial.
The Chamber of Commerce brings businesses together through networking opportunities and events, bolstering our economy and helping small business owners succeed.
The Trails Center provides a modern arena to learn about our past, as hundreds of thousands migrated into the unknown and settled into a wild, new America.
The Wyoming Rescue Mission provides housing and meals to those who are down on their luck, and assists them in finding employment and more permanent housing.
iReach 2 provides opportunities for developmentally disabled adults in our community and gets them into the local workforce.
Each one of these non-profits provides a vital service to our community, beit through education or philanthropy.
Work that is rewarding and fun!
While each of these organizations do serious work, they are also some of the most fun to do work for. Museums give us an opportunity to create brand new, modern exhibits and digital displays where we get to push the envelope of our skillset and give people the chance to experience exhibits in a more interactive and hands-on way.
Media production lies squarely in our wheelhouse; we provide more media production work for non-profits than any other commercial segment. They rely on us to put together mission interstitials, fundraising asks, educational outreach, and so much more.
Just a few of our projects...
The Casper Area Chamber of Commerce tasked Entoo with creating a brand new look for their website, in addition to pulling data across from their Chamber management software to the website.
The Science Zone, a staple in the community since the late 1990's, was Entoo's first client. We've done everything from graphic design and print publishing to classroom presentations to radio adverts and fundraising videos. Presently, Entoo is working on a brand new website for TSZ, as well as assisting the administrative staff in strengthening their brand.
The National Historic Trails Interpretive Center is the crown jewel in our portfolio. Our first project with them was to replace a sliding-glass map of the Westward Expansion with an interactive digital replica, with added biographies on individuals who had traveled the trails.
Since then, we upgraded their theater with brand new Laser Projectors, contracted with Prysm Solutions in Denver to service their brand new Crestron A/V system, and built them a brand new website.
Currently, we are working on an interactive tablet game using state-of-the-art bluetooth beacons as a way of adding an indoor coordinates system, with the possibility of adding augmented reality applications in the future.
We are proud of the work we do for our community non-profits. To see how Entoo can benefit your non-profit, or to find out about our non-profit pricing, please contact us to set up a meeting. We'll even provide the refreshments.