by Joanna Pineda Posted on August 24, 2012
Founded in Alabama in 1929 by Fr. Thomas Judge, C.M., Trinity Missions is dedicated to spreading the Gospel while responding to the needs of the poor, isolated and marginalized. They provide ministry services to communities across the United States, Colombia, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica and Mexico.
Trinity Missions wanted to merge its three original sites under one domain, www.trinitymissions.org, and showcase the impact of its work through volunteer stories. To support its members’ work, staff wanted to create a members’ portal with resources, directories and other valuable information. Finally, staff needed the ability to create and manage content in both English and Spanish.
To help Trinity Missions make this vision into a reality, we:
- Crafted a beautiful site that showcased the ways in which the congregation and its supporters have brought faith, food, and comfort to thousands in need.
- Implemented the site in WordPress.
- Installed a plugin to make it easier for staff to manage both the English and Spanish-language versions of the site.
- Created a new members’ section on the website.
Visit the Trinity Missions Website.
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