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BluFish Gives Back to Drew Stanton’s High 5ive Foundation

For its final month of our 2020 BluFish Gives Back campaign, BluFish Consulting donated its website design services to High 5ive – The Drew Stanton Foundation. BluFish has worked with High 5ive for the past 11 years, donating its marketing and design services for the Annual Drew Stanton Celebrity Golf Outing & Charity Auction.

Drew Stanton established the High 5ive Foundation in order to improve the lives of those with disabilities by raising public awareness and inspiring individuals to achieve their dreams.

High 5ive works with organizations like the Special Olympics of Michigan, Sparrow Children’s Center, and the Children’s Miracle Network. Just a couple of examples of how High 5ive has supported these organizations include in 2o19, helping Sparrow to renovate the Sparrow Pediatric Intensive Care Unit Parent Lounge in order to provide a comfortable place for parents who are at the hospital with their children 24/7. And in 2017, High 5ive completed a total renovation of the Sparrow Children’s Center Pediatric Playroom.

In an effort to support athletes who are living with a disability, High 5ive works with the Special Olympics of Michigan by donating funds to help cover equipment, training and competition costs at the State Winter Games.

“We believe in the great work that the High 5ive Foundation is doing, which is why we’ve donated our creative services throughout the years,” said Ryan Traver, Owner/President of BluFish Consulting. “This year, we felt that the biggest impact we could make would be to provide them with a new website. Your website might be the first experience that someone has with your company, so it’s always a really important part of your image. We want to make sure that the High 5ive site makes a memorable impression that is just as great as the work they’re doing.”

Visit to view the new website, and to show your support for their mission and the work they are doing.

For a complete list of BluFish Gives Back donation recipients, go to

Erica Eash

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