Mennonite Mission Network staff
Wednesday, March 3, 2010

ELKHART, Ind. (Mennonite Mission Network) -  On Monday, March 1, Mennonite Mission Network unveiled a brand-new Web site, the result of years of planning and effort by multiple people from across the organization.

“Thanks to hours and hours of work by staff from across the agency, especially Craig Welscott and Tyler Huntley, the new Web site is a success,” said Leanne Farmwald, Director of Marketing and Communication.

The new site features major changes, including an improved layout, new “tagging” features that link content, an expanded giving section, and an easier way to donate online.

“The goal of the new site is to tie information together in a more intuitive way,” said Welscott, Web Content Manager. “We're putting a stronger emphasis on bringing the different elements of our work together, which provides a better experience for our visitors."

You can view the new Web site at www.MennoniteMission.net

 

 

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