E-Vision assist Active Expressions Art Academy with Guidstar

Updating your GuideStar Nonprofit Profile ensures that prospective donors and funders will find the accurate, timely information about your organization. Your information will be seen by the 7 million users who visit GuideStar each year and millions more who visit the 120 organizations and websites that make up our distribution network.


E-Vision new program stage 2 (Creditability) provides Guidestar Account Management training which allows charities to register with Amazon Gives and connect with key charities resource sites.

Community Projects


E-Vision selects WERUNTHISCITY, INC.

Spartanburg, South Carolina, April 10, 2016- E-Vision’s Social Responsbility Committee selected WERUNTHISCITY, INC South Carolina not for profit organization for sponsorship in the new For Your Glory training program.

The organization will focus on womens fitness and healthy living and its sister organization IRUNTHISCITY LLC was created to motivate and inspire individuals to set, achieve and exceed better lifestyle goals by providing fun activities and challenges.

We look forward to working with April Bowden, a client of 9 years and Author of HIGH: On Love & Addiction and The Other Side of Joy. Eric Whiteside, Senior Project Director

E-Vision will assist Ms. Bowden in obtaining her 501C3 for WERUNTHISCITY and bring the organization in compliance with SC Charities. In addition, we will assist the organization in establishing a digital marketing strategy that incorporates engagement strategy development, usability and fundraising.

Join the Movement #IRUNTHISCITY



Community Projects


New Project -WEECARE wants to help S.C. Citizens with Utilities

WEECARE- a SC not-for-profit organization located in Reidville, South Carolina is the lastest client in our “FOR YOUR GLORY” training initiative. The organization retained E-Vision Project Development Corporation and American Capital Funds in March 2016 to assist in preparing the organization for 501c3 status and provide strategic planning. The organization mission is to provide supplemental financial assistance for utilities to low-income citizens in South Carolina. Eric Whiteside, Senior Project Director recently met with the WEECARE Board and provided governance and strategic planning training on April 8, 2016 at South Carolina State University, 1890 Extension in Orangeburg, South Carolina.

Community Projects


E-Vision Selects Hearts for Inmates for Sponsorship

Spartanburg, South Carolina, April 10, 2016- E-Vision’s Social Responsbility Committee selected Hearts for Inmates, South Carolina not for profit organization for sponsorship in the new For Your Glory training program. After a convincing and emotional appeal by company’s president Eric Whiteside to the board of directors the organization has approved for up to $5000 in services.

“This organization mission could potentially impact thousands of South Carolina families who have loved one currently incarcerated.”

The organization is currently promoting a South Carolina House of Representative Bill 5120 Sentencing Reform Legislation which could save taxpayers and return thousands of individuals to their families. “I know we are a small company, but with a big heart and as we walk in faith our potential is unlimited.”

The mission of HEARTS FOR INMATES is to Help, Encourage, Aspire, Redeem, Trust and provide Support for both short and long term individuals who are incarcerated. We do this by advocating for changes within South Carolina legislation and policy changes within South Carolina The Department of Corrections and the Department of Pardon Probation and Parole.

We plan to make sure the organization has the necessary tools to be successful, by providing the following services:

Web Design and Digital Media Strategy Development
501C3 Application Preparation Training
Board Governance Training
Event and Fundrasing Strategy Development

“Our For Your Glory program was built for organizations like Hearts for Inmates and by his grace we should achieve favor.” Don Johnson, Social Responsbility Committee

Uncategorized,Community Projects


E-Vision Launches New Charities Training Program

Spartanburg, SC, April 10, 2016-E-Vision Project Development Corporation announces new “FOR YOUR GLORY” Initiatives for nonprofit organizations in partnership with American Capital Funds Group. The new program will assist nonprofit entrepreneurs in the following areas: Incorporation, compliance documentation, governance training, 501C3 Application, digital media strategy development, creditability and fundraising.

We strongly believe that the evolution of nonprofits’ role in South Carolina will have a direct impact on providing needed services for the disadvantaged citizens in the state. We have discovered that there are thousands of community-based nonprofits providing important services that are not likely candidates for extensive funding from Corporations. Our program is focused on preparing these community-based organizations that provide an array of services from home care, utilities payment assistance, welfare-to-work, health care and veterans’ assistance programs. These organizations need sustained public and private support, even if their services are specialized and local. To achieve this, they must invest in good governance practices, transparency, accountability, and engagement with the policy process.

The new program will teach them how to achieve these important tools for successful organization at an affordable price. Some of the organization will be selected by our Social Responsibility Committee for sponsorship of their initial program cost.

For more than 9 years, we have been committed to furthering our client digital business model. That will not change, “Johnson said. “Our vision is to protect, strengthen and grow the not for profit sector in our communities, while providing them with the highest standards of services, critical governance and strategic planning to enhance their opportunities to impact lives.

Johnson also noted the partnership with American Capital Funds Group will allow for not for profit organizations to connect their organizational and digital marketing strategy under one comprehensive solution.
“We are taking bold new steps into the next chapter of our story,” Johnson said. “We are committed to staying true to the innovative thinking that inspired our creation. As our new initiative evolves, we are striving to agile and grow with them providing meaningful services to meet their needs.

Don C. Johnson, Board Member
Social Responsbility Committee Chairman

Community Projects


Visit To Animal Care Center, Council Member Mike Brown Project

January 10, 2012-As we work with Client Mike Brown and providing total media coverage of his political events in 2011, our team accommodates Mr. Brown to the Animal Care Center in Greenville, South Carolina as he explores options for Spartanburg County’s animal control issue.

After meeting with members of an Ad Hoc Committee comprised of only members of County Council and the Humane Society, it was agreed that the county would begin to look at other animal care facilities in order to gain a greater appreciation of how such facilities are ran and to gain an informed perspective for the future. Mike went to Greenville County on October 21,2011 to view the Animal Care facility that was established by the Greenville County Council in 2007. Animal Care is a full service, open-admissions animal shelter facility that serves Greenville County residents and their pets. They work collaboratively with Greenville Humane Society, which works with the facility, to provide intake, adoption and spay/neuter services. Greenville County Animal Care Services employees focus their attention on the care and housing of all incoming animals. This includes animals that have been found as strays, including those brought in by animal control and by the public. In addition, they provide additional services for surrendered pets of Greenville County residents.

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e-Vision develops new church website in the “nick of time” for new year!

January 1, 2012-First Baptist Church of Hamilton Park employed e-Vision to develop a new website within 10 days that will make have easier navigation, calendar of events, live broadcast integration and links to social media accounts.

“We are hoping the congregation will use our website as a resource,” said Bertraim Thomas, church administrator. “We have a new more streamline approach for users accessing our website, as well as sections for the J. Lee Foster School , Sunday school program videos and our church services.”

“First Baptist Church of Hamilton Park is the first church website developed by e-Vision development team, Inspired.  We’ve worked very hard to find a solution that is drop dead simple, jaw dropping simple in fact.  And I think we’ve achieved that.” said Eric Whiteside Project Manager.  “We were extremely excited that First Baptist Church of Hamilton Park was willing to be the first church to select our new cost-effective solution.  Having worked with them in the past, they were always great and we knew they would really “get it.”  Next up will be the new website specifically for the wedding chapel that will promote members of the community to use the facility for weddings and special events. We are also planning to launch a new app that integrates directly with the church main website.  The sites are also platform responsive.  That means no matter what you use to browse the site with, a traditional browser, iPad or other tablet, or a smartphone the format of the site adjusts and changes to work specifically for that device.  It really helps to futureproof and create a long lasting and extensible site.” added Brandon McDowell, App Development Team.

The church also recently delved into the world of social media. “More and more of the community is using technology as a resource. We want to be where our congregation is in order to fulfill their needs,” said Pastor Dr. Gregory Foster. Join us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. First Baptist Church of Hamilton Park is encouraging members and their families to ‘like’ the Facebook page and ‘follow’ the Twitter account.

“We would love to have our congregation more involved in the life of the church as well as the lives of the community. We are hoping the new website ; Facebook and Twitter accounts will help us do just that,” said Bertraim Thomas.

Web Development


e-Vision hires new intern Brandon McDowell

August 25, 2011-e-Vision recently brought on board Brandon McDowell, a recent Spartanburg Community College Interactive Design graduate. Brandon is currently at Walden University where he is currently majoring in Web Design and Application Development. Brandon is currently participating in the company internship program receiving experience in the areas of web design, project management and application development. He works closely with Eric Whiteside the company’s top project manager. ” He is very bright young person with potential to lead this company’s design team one day”.




e-Vision begins Coverage of Spartanburg County Council Meetings Begins

On October 17, 2011– Our team members  Eric Whiteside and Brandon McDowell begins video media coverage of Spartanburg County Council meetings for client Mike Brown.

3:30 P.M.



A.  Resolution to congratulate the Piedmont Interstate Fair on its 65th Anniversary and to designate the second week of every October as Piedmont Interstate Fair Week.  (Wayne and Nancy Harmon to receive Resolution)

B   Resolution recognizing the month of October, 2011, as “Volunteers Against Violence” month in Spartanburg County.  (Ms. Tamara Smith to receive Resolution

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