March of Dimes Tops Other Non-Profits In World Wide Web Competition
March of Dimes
The March of Dimes Prematurity Web site took home more top honors in the 'Spring 2003 World Wide Web Health Awards' than any other community/non-profit organization in the United States.
The March of Dimes launched its Prematurity Web site last January to support the start of its five-year, $75 million campaign to stem the rising rate of premature birth in this country. The national healthcare non-profit won silver awards in the three categories it entered: patient education information, health promotion/disease and injury prevention information, and miscellaneous/professional. By winning in all three categories, the March of Dimes site garnered 25 percent of all top awards given to non-profits.
The World Wide Web Health Awards is a semi-annual contest that recognizes the best health-related Web sites for consumers and professionals. The World Wide Health Awards are organized by the Health Information Resource Center, a national clearinghouse for consumer health information programs and materials. A panel of international health information and Internet experts judge the entries based on accuracy and success in reaching the targeted audience and overall quality.
For more information, or to contact March of Dimes, see their website at: www.marchofdimes.com
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