Website Major Update

Help Jefferson County Food Policy Council (Fiscal Spon… make major updates to their website's layout, design or navigation to showcase their programs and activities.
Jefferson County Food Policy Council (Fiscal Sponsor: Trailhead Institute)
Denver, CO, USA
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Jefferson County Food Policy Council (Fiscal Sponsor: Trailhead Institute)
Denver, CO, USA


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Posted April 17th

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What we need
  • Significant update to Organization’s existing CMS website, such as adding a new page, customizing a theme, adjusting layout, etc.
  • Smaller update to Organization's non-CMS website
Language proficiency requirements

English and Spanish proficiency is required. You will not be able to apply if you do not meet this requirement. Learn more about language proficiency requirements.

Additional details

We have an existing website that was designed with the help of Catchafire volunteers. We are looking for help to enhance our Resources page. The Resources page will serve as a community database for a wide variety of programs and resources that can be accessed. We also would like to enhance the Spanish language accessibility of our website.

What we have in place
  • We currently have an existing, up-to-date website, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have design files for the website and a database of resources, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How this will help
This project will save us $4,586 , allowing us to provide the resource promotion training to 10 community leaders.

We have a group of 40 community leaders that are being trained to connect their communities to resources. This project will build a database that those leaders can use.

Project plan

Prep: Share Scope of Changes
  • Volunteer Manager shares link to existing website with Professional
  • Volunteer Manager provides list of required updates to make (including sharing content or image assets, as necessary)
  • Both parties review our pro-tips for Organizations and Volunteers to ensure the project is set up for success
Milestone 1: Kick-Off Meeting
  • Volunteer Manager and Professional connect to discuss requested updates, and agree on a project timeline
  • Volunteer Manager provides Professional with credentials to access the website admin portal
Milestone 2: Review Updates
  • Professional makes the requested updates to the website (if available, the changes should be made in a test or development environment first)
  • Volunteer Manager reviews each update, and reports any remaining issues to the Professional
Milestone 3: Implementation of Updates
  • Professional implements updates to the live website
  • Professional troubleshoots any issues that may arise immediately after implementing changes on the live site
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About the org

Jefferson County Food Policy Council (Fiscal Sponsor: Trailhead Institute)
Our mission

Influence policy to increase equitable access to healthy, local and affordable food and support a sustainable community food system.

What we do

We facilitate community-led advocacy and organizing around food policy to create a more equitable and sustainable food system.

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