| Schools in the San
Gabriel and San Fernando Valleys
| Community Wire encourages local businesses and residents to
sponsor local schools by offering free
webpages and free
banner advertising to schools. School officials (or Alumni
Associations, PTA organizations, or Booster Clubs, etc.) may
then use the free webpages and ad banners to raise money for the school.
One hundred percent (100%) of revenues collected by the school go to the school. Community Wire does not "sell" the ad banners shown on school webpages. Schools may solicit sponsorship (or "sell" the ad banner space) for whatever price they want, or they may "swap" the ad banner for a gift of some kind. Or, at their discretion, the school may simply use the banner space to advertise upcoming fundraisers or community events.
CWIRE suggests a value of $250 per year for the ad banner. Some schools may give it away as a "thank you" to their supporters, or they may raffle it off for $500 or $1,000 or more. The money goes straight to the school.
What's the catch? There is no catch! CWIRE has set aside hundreds of pages just for schools as a service to the local community and as a promotion for CWIRE. We maintain CWIRE so that we can gain readers in the local area -- just like a newspaper, radio, or television station.
CWIRE's revenue comes from the sale of advertising in other sections of CWIRE. We depend on the content in the Schools Section to attract local readers and keep them coming back to CWIRE.
But that's not all -- not only do we count on the Schools section to attract local readers (more "eyes" on CWIRE), but we also want to partner with local schools to train and recruit more WWWolunteers for CWIRE!
The more content, the more viewers... and the more advertising revenue to share.
Please help CWIRE to help local schools!
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CWIRE supports local charities by 1) helping them to create and promote
independent websites, 2) promoting their events, 3) syndicating their newsletters and
press releases, and 4) recruiting volunteers and donors in the nearby Los Angeles area.
Please support CWIRE by advertising with us (or supporting those who do), by referring
new merchants, by sending us information to post, and by telling others about CWIRE.
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