Visit LCNV’s New Website!August 15, 2012 at 12:35 PM | Posted in AmeriCorps, Announcements, Class, Development, ESOL, Family Learning, Student Stories, Teaching, Tutoring, Volunteers | Leave a comment
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LCNV’s website is its core communication platform with its students, volunteers, donors, and corporate and community partners. This past fall, the Literacy Council of Northern Virginia decided to revamp and redesign its six-year-old website, aiming to improve communi- cations, and reach even more potential students and supporters. This change couldn’t have come at a more pertinent time – LCNV’s 50th Anniversary. Furthermore, this exciting advancement would not have been possible without the Philip L. Graham Fund.
In the spring, the Philip L. Graham Fund generously awarded the Literacy Council with a grant to redesign its old website, as well as to upgrade its 15-year-old phone system . After nearly six months of working with Balance Interactive, a website development firm, LCNV is happy to announce it launched its new website on July 25, 2012. The new task-based website is user-friendly and easy for any staff member to manage. While promoting LCNV’s mission, this platform aims to raise public support and awareness. In addition, the website will be a resource for the public — a place where current and potential students can find information, and volunteers and Board members have access to resources and educational tools.
The Literacy Council would like to extend a huge thank you to the Philip L. Graham Fund for their continued support. The new website is fabulous and we hope you agree. Please visit www.lcnv.org and let us know what you think at email@example.com.