We’re Proud to Announce its Continuing Partnership with KidsTek.

Marketing for Non-ProfitsDENVER, CO – Madison Taylor Marketing (MTM) is proud to announce its continuing partnership with KidsTek.

Now in its 15th year, the non-profit organization KidsTek has provided Colorado youths the opportunity to increase their technology literacy through several thought-provoking and innovative programs since 2000. KidsTek allows the state’s highest-needs students to take part in after-school, project-based enrichment programs, coupled with in-school technical certification programs. It is through such programs that these young students will learn the skills needed to succeed in an increasing technology-based world.

This will mark Madison Taylor Marketing’s fourth year in working with KidsTek. MTM’s goal, as it’s always been, is to strengthen the very core of communication that enables KidsTek to achieve its education goals in the most efficient, effective way possible. MTM, led by Aimee Meester, also assists KidsTek with marketing needs to enhance its exposure, which helps it pull in additional beneficial partnerships.

Richard Liner, the Executive Director at KidsTek embraces the partnership with MTM and sees great things ahead. “We have enjoyed a fantastic three-year relationship with Madison Taylor Marketing and, in particular, Aimee Meester,” says Liner. “She has improved all of our communication – written, social media, website, and press releases, and has really added a new level of professionalism to our brand. Aimee had also donated her time to organize our Annual Dinner, which has grown 100 percent over the past two years under her leadership. I would certainly recommend Aimee and Madison Taylor Marketing to any size organization.”

Madison Taylor Marketing could not be more thrilled with its continuing partnership with KidsTek. These two organizations make the perfect pairing, combining marketing and communications expertise with technology innovation and youth-based programs that help young people who simply need someone to be on their side. Both organizations are hopeful that this partnership will continue for years to come.

“I get asked regularly why I’m involved with KidsTek,” says Aimee Meester, the Founder and Chief Marketing Aficionado of MTM. “The long and short of it is that their organization helps kids like me. It is so rewarding to be able to go into a North High School classroom and tell the students that I grew up right down the street. I’m the first person in my family to graduate high school, let alone attend college. My father went to jail, drugs and alcohol were prevalent, we went through evictions, and were on government assistance. I shopped at the Thrift Shop long before Macklemore made it cool. But through teachers, education and an organization that gave me my first laptop, much like KidsTek still does today, I was able to decide my own fate. And I am passionate about giving other kids that same chance.”

About KidsTek

KidsTek is a 501(c)(3) non-profit based in Denver, Colorado. Since 2000, KidsTek has aimed to increase the technology literacy of students at Colorado’s highest-needs schools through innovative after school, project based enrichment programs, and in-school technical certification programs. KidsTek provides an extensive technology curriculum for host schools with the goal of providing the tools for long-term academic and career success. For more information on KidsTek, please call (303) 818-1474 or visit KidsTek.org.

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