MacDella Cooper Foundation (MCF), a global non-profit organization that educates children, empowers youths, and invests in women and girls, announced today the launch of its newly redesigned public facing website.

 

Macdella Cooper Foundation Deploys New Website

MacDella Cooper, Founder, MacDella Cooper Foundation (macdellacooper.org)

The new website provides immediate access to important events and programmatic information about MCF in a way that offers visitors a richer understanding of the brand’s groundbreaking impact in the lives of women and girls around the world. The new MCF website also has up to date news stories and financial budget information, details about partners around the globe and corporate governance information.

 

The new website has a crisp responsive design, and digestible content about MCF’s mission to empower Africa’s most vulnerable children, youths and women. The site was deployed earlier this week and is accessible via the same web address: www.macdellacooper.org.

 

“The MCF board and I are very excited about the launch of our new website and the way in which it can be leveraged by our visitors, patrons and partners to get up to date details about MCF and all the great work we are doing for women, girls and children around the world,” said MacDella Cooper, aka “Africa’s Angle,” and founder of the MacDella Cooper Foundation.  “We also hope that the new site will facilitate an informative experience for individuals who are not yet familiar with our presence on the global stage.”

 

MCF’s newly minted site will be updated regularly with events, programmatic initiatives, and news stories about MCF’s major milestones. Current, past and new visitors to the MCF brand are encouraged to visit the new site and sign up to stay up to date with the activities from MCF.


About MacDella Cooper Foundation.
Operating as an international 501C3 charitable organization, the mission of the MacDella Cooper Foundation (MCF) is to PREPARE, EDUCATE, TRAIN and MOTIVATE Africa’s most vulnerable children, disadvantage youth and marginalized women to become active contributors to their nation’s economic, social and political future.  MCF serves as a conduit between international funders, corporations, sponsors and local grassroots organizations, youth groups and individual children. The goal is to help as many as possible to break free from the vicious cycle of poverty. For more information, please visit http://macdellacooper.org/.

 

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