Non-Profit Templates

ezbizbuilder loves Non Profits. You’ll find quite a complete selection of responsive, flexible templates built for NPOs, NGOs, churches and charity websites. All of these help to create a quick & easy sharing, campaign building, and donation collection platforms. These are all responsive nonprofit WordPress themes that have all it takes to stand out from the crowd, and gather loyal supporters. Most of these templates are fully equipped with a “Theme Options Panel” where there are all options are available for each section. Most of these sections can be easily …

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Small Business Saturday: November 29, 2014: SHOP SMALL!

THE HISTORY OF SHOP SMALL® (ezbizbuilder receives NO benefit from American Express® or ShopSmall® by you clicking on this link) [button href=”http://shopsmall.com” title=”Shop Small” target=”blank” shape=”rounded” size=”x-large” circle=”true” icon_only=”true” info=”popover” info_place=”top” info_trigger=”hover” info_content=”Register YOUR small business and get involved today!”] ShopSmall.com! [/button] See how one small day has grown into a movement that millions of individuals, businesses, and communities have embraced nationwide—and continue to support each and every day. Sources: (1) Based on the number of “Likes” on facebook.com/shopsmall from 11/4/10–11/28/10 (Facebook Insights Total Likes) (2) www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/112/sres320/text (3) A Redshift …

SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY: S. RES. 320

[highlight type=”standard”]This year SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY is November 29, 2014![/highlight] Text of A resolution designating November 26, 2011, as “Small Business Saturday” and supporting efforts to increase awareness of the value of the value of locally owned small businesses and their impact on the economy. This simple resolution was agreed to on November 10, 2011. That is the end of the legislative process for a simple resolution. The text of the bill below is as of Nov 10, 2011 (Resolution Agreed to). Small businesses represent 99.7 percent of all businesses …