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Drupal Training To Support the #DrupalCares Campaign

Join Evolving Web in donating to the Drupal Association

COVID-19 has disrupted DrupalCon, causing a huge budget shortfall for the Drupal Association. Without our help, staff and funds that support Drupal.org, Gitlab integration, and diversity and inclusion programs will have to be cut. The Association's #DrupalCares campaign is here to fill the gap.

We’re Donating 50% of Online Drupal Training Ticket Sales

Sign up for one of our online trainings now and we'll donate 50% of the ticket sales to the Drupal Association, or give you a discount if you made a recent donation yourself (see details). Join organizations like:

  • the Government of Canada
  • the University of Toronto
  • Princeton University

in upgrading the Drupal skills of your team with our comprehensive public and private Drupal training program.

Learning Drupal
Our hands-on, professional trainings are now offered in a Learn from Home format

 

Small class sizes, hands-on learning and engaging instruction from Drupal experts

About Our Training Program

  • Our courses range from web fundamentals to module development, Drupal 8 migration, UX and content strategy, and accessibility

  • Scholarships and free trainings are available for those laid off or underemployed as a result of COVID-19, contact us about discounts

  • We offer private training for teams, and training on customized topics, download our Training Brochure (PDF)

Online learning

DrupalThanks Campaign at DrupalCon Baltimore
Our #DrupalThanks campaign at DrupalCon Baltimore

Other Ways We're Contributing

  • Our co-founder and training lead Suzanne Dergacheva made a $5,000 cash donation

  • Our team members renewed their Individual Memberships

  • Evolving Web renewed our membership in the Supporting Partner Program

Support #DrupalCares

About #DrupalCares

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused the Drupal Association to postpone or perhaps even cancel DrupalCon Minneapolis. With over 3,000 attendees, DrupalCon is not only the Drupal community’s main event — it’s also the most important financial lever to support the Drupal project. It's how we pay for Drupal.org, our community's collaboration tools, and more. The Drupal project needs the Drupal Association for basic services.

In order to preserve the Drupal Association, not just DrupalCon, financial help is needed. Dries recently published a blog post explaining the situation in more detail. Read more about #DrupalCares and the growing list of donors who have stepped up to contribute.

 

Drupal Cares

About Evolving Web

Evolving Web is a leading open source web agency specializing in user-centric design and development. We have extensive experience and recognized expertise creating high-quality websites and apps with the Drupal platform. Since 2007, we’ve created websites and interactive applications for organizations in the healthcare, higher education, government, non-profit, financial, and high-tech sectors. Our client list includes Princeton University, Export Development Canada, Sabre, and the McGill University Health Centre.

 

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