Have you noticed? Citrus County Harvest is showing off a fresh new look these days. Launched this morning, the non-profit’s new website is user friendly and easy on the eyes. The redesigned site offers quick and easy access to information that offers a comprehensive understanding of the non-profit’s programs and services. The website also has volunteer and donation pages with updated news and events.

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“Everyone knows technology moves at light speed. The average person uses a smart phone to view websites, not a desktop computer. It was time for an update so the site could be easily accessed on a mobile device,” said Grace Hengesbach, Executive Director. Harvest worked with local Tech Guru, Pete Langlois of Nova Network, to revamp the site.

“While we still love to talk to our neighbors over the backyard fence, we are more mobile than ever before, and a large amount how we reach each other has moved to websites and social media.  Most of us don’t leave home without a phone that accesses the entire world of information.  We used a website design combining web and social media strategies, so that reaching a large audience of volunteers, donors, and other participants in the food security chain is faster and more time efficient, and more cost effective than ever before. ” Said  Langlois, ” Helping Citrus County Harvest

and the Blessings program do more is very rewarding work, and we are thrilled to help the organization significantly improve its communication with the community,  leaving more time to tend to important food security needs.”

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Most well known for the weekend feeding program, Blessings, Harvest is working to increase the awareness of their summer feeding program, Feed the Kids, as well as their food Recovery program. The new site places the three programs of the organization on display for all to see with a clean uncluttered design, improved functionality and rich content focused on the organization’s mission “to inform, feed and facilitate the feeding of those in need.”

“I encourage you to visit the site and spend some time learning about the programs offered by Harvest,” Hengesbach said, “I’m confident even our most seasoned volunteers will learn something new.” The new website goes live today, March 2, 2018 and is located at the same address: http://www.citruscountyblessings.org.