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By Jana Hill
Mill Creek Beacon Editor 

Crashed websites do not stop fundraiser or donors

'I'm impressed that people still want to help'


Last updated 11/19/2020 at 8:55pm

Photo courtesy of Habitat for Humanity

The Flores family is interviewed in their home during the making of the Raise the Roof production.

A crashed website did not stop Habitat for Humanity from surpassing its goal for the "Raise the Roof" fundraiser.

"We are still working on repairing our website," said Grace Hanolan after the Oct. 16 event posted online that officially ended on Nov. 10.

Aaron Olsen Resource Development Associate for Snohomish County Habitat for Humanity said they probably lost a couple hundred viewers who saw the site crash and never returned on day one of the event. Snippets were shared over time, to extend the online event into November, a method that was planned before the website crash. Habitat still r...

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