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Gift For Life Launches New Website, Celebrates Anniversary

Gift for Life, the gift and home industries’ sole charitable organization, has launched a new website in conjunction with its 25th anniversary. The site is available at

The site, which presents information about Gift for Life fundraising initiatives and its support of Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS, (DIFFA) was developed, designed and donated by Web Future US, LLC, a full-service digital agency which provides its clients with customized online solutions, creative design and engaging content.

Sabina Leganaru, Partner of Web Future US said, “We are delighted to assist Gift for Life with their communications mission. We have strong ties into the U.S. gift and home industries, and we are proud to support this amazing organization and its good works.”

The new website presents information in three categories; Participate, Donate and Make a Difference. The Participate section provides details about Party for Life, Gift for Life’s annual fundraiser, as well as other at-market events across the country that benefit Gift for Life; the Donate section encompasses cause marketing programs as well as direct giving; and the Make a Difference section profiles Gift for Life’s beneficiary DIFFA: Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS and its grantees.

Frank Joens, chair of the Gift for Life board said, “This support is truly wonderful.  As a charity that is run by and is comprised of 100% volunteers, Gift for Life is quite dependent on help from other organizations and Web Future’s generosity has been outstanding and is truly appreciated.  They are a fantastic company and I am grateful to be in association with them!”

The primary mission of Gift for Life is to raise funds for DIFFA-granted HIV/AIDS service, education, prevention and advocacy programs across the United States In 2016, DIFFA National granted more than $333,000 to 26 organizations providing treatment, education, prevention and advocacy.

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