Custom Enterprise Website – Champions Funding – Melbourne, Fl.

custom enterprise website - Champions Funding - Melbourne, Florida - DeSantis Media


This custom enterprise website was completed for Champions Funding – managing the Florida Communities Revitalization Fund.  Completed and launched in 2016, this was an original site developed on the WordPress CMS platform.

DeSantis Digital Works and DeSantis Media were responsible for the graphic design, copywriting, and deployment of this site. It was integrated with payment portals through Fund America – giving prospective community investors the opportunity to read the complete investment prospectus and establish investment accounts for participation.

About Champions Funding:

“Our business model provides a win-win-win scenario that improves the quality of life in existing neighborhoods, stabilizes and enhances surrounding property values, and provides an investment opportunity for qualified investors over a specified time frame.

Champions Funding LLC and its parent Community Champions Corporation, has established business relationships with local governments, non-profit organizations, and individual investors to provide property registration, compliance, and funding for affordable housing projects.

Champions Funding LLC is lead by President Ron Mulberry and manages the Florida Communities Revitalization Fund. The executive management team includes Community Champions CEO David Mulberry and Chief Financial Officer Tom Darnell. This executive team brings decades of experience to the table ranging from business start-ups to business development to implementation of business IT processes and improvements.  Please see Prospectus for their respective business profiles.”


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