Since our founding, DynamiX has donated our time and energy towards great causes, bringing our talent to bear in providing increased exposure for charities that are working to make a difference in their respective spaces. This has over the years included significant time put towards organizations including Resurgens Foundation, MUST Ministries, Crime Stoppers, Atlanta Mission, Fragile Kids Foundation, Teddy Bear Crusade and many others.
We also donate both time and resources towards encouraging students in pursuit of entrepreneurial endeavors, including support for Berry College, Mount Paran and Kennesaw State University. DynamiX founded a “Ninja Fund” designed to help fund entrepreneurial endeavors for students at Berry College, and supported the MPCS Robotics program with a “Shark Tank” style fundraiser based on the students’ ability to explain their needs and goals, which raised several thousand dollars and helped the team towards 1st place in Georgia.
In 2020, we shifted our focus to helping our customers large and small to navigate COVID, including free brainstorming sessions to help shift business approaches, new features that were developed without charge and even entire websites that we designed, developed and launched completely free to help amplify positive news and draw attention both to companies who are supporting the local community as well as businesses who really need help.
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In early March 2020, just as everyone went remote we decided to actively shut down virtually all new business, and focus on serving our current customers as they navigated the COVID world. We made a couple rules on this, which were that if someone mentioned COVID the work would be free, and that it would also be prioritized. In total we dedicated a majority of our time for about 6 weeks to supporting our clients in their pivots to be able to respond to COVID challenges.
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Beyond our customers, we also donated several websites to causes we thought would help spread positive news at a time when so much coverage was negative, including one for Vistage to discuss how CEOs are helping one another and create a place for those stories, as well as one for WSB Radio to share stories and for Berry College alumni to share how they are helping. We also saw that the Cobb Chamber was unable to properly address the COVID information on their site due to limitations surrounding their website, and we donated a site specifically to address that for them.