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It's Time for Change, a New Logo, a New Website and a Brand New Look

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Time for Change Foundation is delighted to announce the end of its image construction as it proudly unveils the totally redesigned agency website on Wednesday, June 9, searchable at www.Timeforchangefoundation.org.

Along with the recent launch of the new agency logo, the website completes the overhaul to the agencies public face. The new site provides users a comprehensive overview of the organization, including current and upcoming events. Visitors to the site will also find the aesthetic to be inviting and modern. The web developer is responsible for the redesign and worked closely with Time for Change Foundation to enhance the site's usability and navigation.

Users can subscribe to receive TFCF's quarterly newsletter and event updates via email. In addition, users can add TFCF as a friend on FaceBook, follow on Twitter, read blog updates and view agency videos via YouTube. The user-friendly site serves as the agencies one-stop information center.

"We are thrilled about the new site, and with the launch of our new logo, are excited to present our clients, partners, funders and constituent base with another example of how we strive to expand our reach and visibility to enable us to serve more homeless women and children," said Zaheva Knowles, TFCF's Director of Communications and Government Affairs.

Since 2002, TFCF's main objective has been to help homeless women with children achieve selfsufficiency by using a strengthbased approach to address their needs. Through its programs and services, TFCF provides its clients with every opportunity to develop the skills necessary to become independent, community leaders, and positive role models for their children and others.

Time for Change Foundation is a nonprofit organization that provides essential resources through its program and services to women and children who desire to change the course of their lives by making the transition from homelessness and recidivism to self-sufficiency.

Find more information at www.Timeforchangefoundation.org

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