CPF launches website redesign

by May 12, 2014NEWS ka-no-he-da0 comments

The Cherokee Preservation Foundation (CPF) announced its newly designed website at www.cherokeepreservation.org. The website’s fresh new look, user-friendly navigation, calendar of current events and search functionality are some of the features making the new site easier to learn about what the CPF does, why they do what they do, and how to get involved.

The redesigned site has several easy to use drop-down menus with updated information about CPF’s major initiatives and programs. The new design allows users to quickly find content and easily access news, events and resources.

The goal with the new site is to be more flexible and current. The complete re-make of the website is just one of the many initiatives to improve the way the CPF serves the community. With strength in communication comes strength in the CPF’s ability to make a bigger impact.

“Our rebranding, new slogan and new website comprise the new face of the CPF. Beneath this new exterior, our core remains the same. When you have a few minutes, please review our new  site. You will feel the commitment, the passion, and dedication of everyone in the CPF family,” said CPF’s executive director Annette Clapsaddle.

“We hope you take some time to look around, and continue allowing us to keep you up-to-date on all you need to know about the CPF. We also thank you in advance for your continued support.”

– Cherokee Preservation Foundation