GraceWorks Ministries is inviting visitors to explore its new website and enter to win a $100 gift card to the GraceWorks Thrift Store.
The new, responsive GraceWorks website is designed to provide a user-friendly experience as visitors browse for information and the non-profit’s impact on the Williamson County neighbors it serves.
“We wanted a website which made finding information about receiving help, volunteering, and donating easily available while also sharing the stories of how GraceWorks is changing lives,” said Jeff Fuqua, Communications Manager. “Since our new site is responsive, people can visit from any device.”
The site also has pages about the GraceWorks Thrift Stores including weekly sales information.
“We feel the site has something for everyone,” said Kristi Sylvester, Development Director. “Whether a neighbor, shopper, volunteer, donor or someone interested in being part of one of our events, we hope people take the time to visit and learn what this incredible non-profit is doing in the community.”
To be automatically entered to win a $100 gift card to the GraceWorks Thrift Store, leave a reply below then click one of the social media icons to share this page on Facebook or Twitter and help us spread the word of our new website. We’ll draw from all who enter on Friday, October 30.
GraceWorks, founded in 1995, provides immediate and long-term resources to neighbors in need. In 2014, GraceWorks served Williamson County residents with 40,906 needs valued at $3.5 million.
Services include a food pantry, rent and utility assistance, school supplies, newborn needs, a Christmas gift program, holiday food baskets and educational programs, among others.