Jewish Family Service of St. Paul (JFS) announces the launch of its redesigned website. The arrival of the site and the introduction of a new agency logo signals the evolution of the agency as it has fully emerged from the financial crisis of 2008. JFS, like many organizations and businesses, was forced to scale back its programs and reduce communications, resulting in stagnation and invisibility.
With strategic planning and realignment, JFS has nearly doubled its size since then. JFS now provides human services to more than 3,000 people annually and employs more than 45 staff members.
The new site provides a smoother user experience. With added search functionality and intuitive site architecture, visitors can find what they are looking for in seconds. The site features a calendar of events and a list of helpful resources. Delivering a fully responsive experience, the new website gives users a seamless transition from desktop to mobile browsing.
“We are excited about the launch of our new site,” said CEO Ted Flaum. “We hope visitors will be able to find information with ease. We love the new look and feel of the site. It is another significant piece of our marketing goal to increase visibility and awareness of JFS.”
JFS’s website will be updated with fresh new content on a regular basis, including up to date information about services and events. The public is encouraged to explore the new site and sign up to receive the JFS monthly e-newsletter to receive timely news and information.