Angus Foundation Launches New Website

Angus Foundation Launches New Website

The newly designed website includes more multimedia features

Donors who support the Angus Foundation make dreams a reality for many who have interest in the Angus breed. The Angus Foundation is excited to announce that many of these donors, along with those who have benefited from Angus Foundation support, are the focus of the Angus Foundation's newly designed website officially launched this week.

The new website features a fresh look and more multimedia presence, which includes stories, photos and videos that show how the Angus Foundation is using funds to support youth in their ambitions to attend college, purebred Angus and commercial breeders with educational opportunities, and research for the betterment of Angus cattle.

The newly designed website includes more multimedia features

In addition to allowing for more stories about donors at all giving levels and the youth, education, and research programs they support, the new website's home page also features current projects and different ways to contribute to the Angus Foundation.

"Enhancement of the Angus Foundation's website with additional visual features, ease of navigation and overall increased user-friendliness will further heighten the educational value and experience for our visitors to the website," says Milford Jenkins, Angus Foundation president. "This communications platform enables us to inform our supporters of the impact their gifts are making in the lives of our Angus youth, adult members, and will provide up-to-date information on the many research initiatives funded by our organization for the benefit of the Angus breed."

Log on to www.angusfoundation.org to view the new website. Once on the home page, visitors who have used the former website will notice that the location of much of the content and navigation is very similar, making it easy to locate commonly-used site areas.

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