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SCV HomeTown Web  recently donated the website SaviaCommunity.org  to the nonprofit facility that houses Single Mothers Outreach , the Domestic Violence Center , A Light of Hope  and Real Life’s Spanish-language service Vida Real .
Staff with SCV HomeTown Web said that they recognize “that Real Life Church is a non-profit organization… (We) donated the website to them so that they could help reach out to the community and better serve the nonprofits that Savia hosts.”
Real Life Church will also be hosting a free Halloween community event , "Halloween at the Castle ," on Saturday, Oct. 26 at their Valencia campus, with activities and entertainment for the whole family.
They are a Santa Clarita-based web design company that specializes in the development and hosting of websites and ecommerce sites. The SCV HomeTown Web team has been working together since 2008. They focus on creating websites that are tailored to a specific business’s needs. The websites are designed to be simple for the owner to manage and edit.
“(SCV HomeTown Web did) an amazing job at developing and implementing a website design that really portrays the community partnership that our Facility represents,” said Savia staff. “SCV HomeTown Web personnel are easy to communicate with, fun to work with and extremely knowledgeable.”
In 2011, SCV HomeTown Web shifted its base establishment to the Santa Clarita Valley and has devoted its energies to local Santa Clarita web design .
SCV HomeTown Web staff, who also designed KHTS AM-1220's HomeTownStation.com , said that they love being based in Santa Clarita, because they get to know their hometown web design customers personally and that they can use their unique knowledge and skills to help those businesses succeed.
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SCV HomeTown Web Donates Website To Real Life's Savia
Article: SCV HomeTown Web Donates Website To Real Life's Savia 
Source: Santa Clarita News
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