Atlantic BT built and maintains our website and assists with online strategy. In 2010, Atlantic BT acquired Novel Projects, a Raleigh, NC web-development firm owned by Mike McTaggart, which built our first website pro-bono in 2007 and then gave it a major upgrade in 2008 in time for the national attention brought by our appearances on the TODAY Show and ABC World news.
Our office in the American Tobacco Historic District is made possible by a substantial in-kind donation of office space from Capitol Broadcasting Company, Inc (CBC). CBC is a diversified communications company which owns and/or operates TV and radio stations in North Carolina, The Durham Bulls baseball team, and real estate interests including the American Tobacco Project and Diamond View office buildings in Durham, NC.
Capstrat is a full-service communications agency based in Raleigh, NC. In 2011, Capstrat selected the Chordoma Foundation as its pro-bono client and developed a campaign based on chordoma being the “uncommon cause” that unites us to help achieve our goal of reaching and engaging the entire chordoma patient community.
Innocentive is a global crowdsourcing marketplace which leverages open innovation to help organizations solve pressing challenges. In 2010, we partnered with Innocentive through their Public Good Program to launch a prize to incentivize the development of new chordoma cell lines.
Smith Anderson is the largest business law firm in North Carolina’s Research Triangle region and serves as the Foundation’s pro-bono legal counsel. Since 2007, the attorneys of Smith Anderson have provided invaluable guidance and hundreds of hours of pro-bono legal services to the Foundation on matters relating to material transfer agreements, grants, contracts, personnel, governance and regulatory compliance. We have benefited from the expertise of the following attorneys: Frank Benzoni, Blannie Garret, Kim Korando, Alan Parry, Kerry Shad, Kim Swintosky and John Therien.