A few changes at FullerCenter.org
By Chris Johnson
Director of communications
If you’re like me, you hate it when tech folks go tinkering with your favorite websites or your Facebook. Of course, if you’re like me, you’ve probably got bigger problems to worry about – such as a receding hairline and an unhealthy constant craving for Southern fried chicken.
And, yet, I’ve gone tinkering with The Fuller Center for Housing’s website. Well, just a little bit. And I didn’t do the actual tinkering because I can’t even spell HTML. So I left that to our web guru Indra, who knows more about computers than I do about Jimmy Buffett and “The Andy Griffith Show” combined.
It may look a little different, but all we’ve truly done is adjust the home page to reflect the flurry of Fuller Center activity going on across the United States and around the world. There are still more wonderful stories than we could ever tell, but we will tell as many as we can.
You will see that the news feed is expanded to give visitors a better idea of what each story is about. Meanwhile, added to the home page are a box for recent videos, a gallery of images that links to our photo files, a list of upcoming major events and a glance at recent blog posts.
There are also more buttons on the home page and on the right-hand side rails of inside pages to click if you want to get involved, and we sure hope you do.
A big thanks to my predecessor, Faith Fuller, for setting this in motion; and, of course, Indra for her expertise. Also, thanks to my younger, hipper colleagues Leah and Richard for their input. And, most importantly, thank you and everyone who visits our website, listens to our message, spreads awareness of our mission, donates to our cause and;or volunteers with our projects. YOU make the Fuller Center work for families in need.
Thank you for your support, input and participation in The Fuller Center’s important mission. We see great things on the horizon. Continue the journey with us!
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