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We do something special for non-profits that make a difference.

Every year we award one non-profit organization that we feel is making a huge difference with a completely new, top-of-the-line, website at no cost to the organization. We began The 501 Project in 2018 and have continued the tradition every year. See our projects below.

Hope Center For Children

2020 Awardee

Our 2020 awardee, Hope Center For Children’s mission is to build stable, healthy families and to provide children a safe place from abuse and neglect. This powerful mission impacts Spartanburg in a big way that often times goes unseen due to the nature of the challenges they face. Arrowhead’s owners, Lanie Whitaker and Jamie Woodruff are both Patron Members at Hope Center, and often participate in volunteer opportunities. We’d like to give a special thanks to Maddi Currier, our dear friend in development at Hope Center who continues to support local business’s like ours. It was finally our turn to give back to this incredible organization.

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Determined To Soar

2019 Awardee

Our 2019 awardee, Determined to Soar, a non-partisan group of women based in Spartanburg, South Carolina who have joined creative forces to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment which gave women the right to vote. The group seeks to CELEBRATE women’s achievements in order to EDUCATE, INSPIRE and UNIFY the next generation of leaders. We felt the women leading Determined to Soar were some of the most “determined” we’ve ever seen, and wanted to spread this love the best way we could see fit. With Arrowhead being an all female-owned business, we thought this was the perfect fit for our growing business to select for the 2019 pro-bono website.

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Safe Homes Rape Coalition

2018 Awardee

Our 2018 awardee, Safe Homes Rape Coalition’s mission is to use their collective voice to address the impact of domestic and sexual violence by providing quality services to those affected and to create social change through education, training, and activism. Every-time we turned around, we saw a member of the SHRCC team making a difference around town. After the third or forth time, we began to realize that their impact was spreading even further than Spartanburg County. With that in mind, we chose them to be our first ever awardee of our pro-bono web design project.

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Apply to be a future awardee!

Our 2021 slot is confirmed, but we will begin taking applications for our 2022, 501 Project awardee in 2021. Check back with us in January, 2021 to apply!