City of Refuge Introduces New Website and Opportunity to Nominate a City of Refuge Hero
New user responsive site will make it easier to interact with City of Refuge, become involved and donate to City of Refuge as well as honor individuals who are dedicated to transforming people and our community.
ATLANTA (February 10, 2016) — City of Refuge, a nonprofit organization working toward community stability and sustainability in Atlanta’s 30314 zip code, is launching a new website on February 10, 2016. The website will feature dynamic user interface that personalizes the user experience to each visitor. The expanded video gallery, including a virtual tour, video blogs, and success story highlights will demonstrate how COR impacts clients, volunteers, and donors. Most importantly, users can nominate a COR Hero to receive a special award.
“We are excited to present a new website user experience to our supporters and to the community. Community members in need of services will be able to access instructions on how to register for City of Refuge programs, volunteers will be able to sign up to volunteer on line and donors will be able to easily participate in events, campaigns and determine how they can best support City of Refuge,” said Terry Tucker, Chief Strategy Officer of City of Refuge. “The website demonstrates City of Refuge’s dedication to inspiring success in people experiencing poverty, and we are pleased to bring this new resource to our efforts to transform families.”
About City of Refuge
The mission of City of Refuge is to bring light, hope and transformation to individuals and families in Atlanta. Founded in 1997, City of Refuge is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit that provides life-saving resources and life-building tools that lead to stability and sustainability in the areas of housing, healthcare, education and employment with a primary focus on women and children experiencing homelessness. With an 8-acre campus and 210,000 square feet of renovated warehouse space, City of Refuge services that span multiple areas of need – food, clothing, job training, job placement, housing, healthcare, childcare and education among others. This holistic approach is made possible through strategic partnerships with organizations who are leaders in the non-profit community, including Saint Joseph’s Mercy Care Services (healthcare), Bright Futures-Atlanta (education), Feed My Lambs (childcare), the United Way of Greater Atlanta and many others.
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