Community Foundation Seeks Isabella County Photos for New Website
Mt. Pleasant, Mich. – The Mt. Pleasant Area Community recently launched a new website at www.mpacf.org. The new site features an updated format for easy reading and sharing, and is now compatible with all mobile devices.
“More than 50 percent of those accessing our website are doing so from their mobile devices,” said Executive Director Amanda Schafer. “We’ve made the new site mobile responsive.”
The same great content can be found on the website, but is now easier to access. “It’s really easy to search the new site for stories of philanthropy in our community and the impact made by their efforts,” said Schafer.
The site features the latest news, and information on how to apply for grants and scholarships. Links to grant spotlights and the Foundation’s Annual Report The Legacy can be found on the home page, along with a tool to search for any endowment fund held by the Foundation. A personal touch has been added to the site as well--a photograph featuring downtown Mt. Pleasant serves as the site’s initial background.
The Foundation is looking to the public for other images to display as the background image on the site. Original images (not altered in any way) taken in and representing Isabella County may be submitted. All images must be in .jpg format and must be 2,500 x 3,000 pixels or larger. Interested community members may submit their name and photos to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration. Each image submitted should be accompanied by a brief description of the location and date the photograph was taken. Image submission grants the Mt. Pleasant Area Community Foundation permission to use the photograph on the website and in other media. Photos selected for use will be credited to the submitter.
The Mt. Pleasant Area Community Foundation seeks to enhance the quality of life for all citizens of Isabella County, now and for generations to come, by holding and attracting permanent endowed funds from a wide range of donors, addressing needs through grant making and providing leadership on key community issues.