What Do You Think of JARC's New Website?
Let the West Bloomfield-area nonprofit know what you think about their redesigned website and you could win two tickets to SpringElation at the Detroit Zoo.
It pays to have an opinion, right?
The Farmington Hills-based nonprofit JARC, or the Jewish Association for Residential Care, recently redesigned its website at www.jarc.org, and they're looking for your input.
The first 100 people to let JARC know what it thinks about its website could win two free tickets to SpringElation 2013 at the Detroit Zoo, to be held May 22. To provide feedback, visit www.jarc.org/enter-to-win.
The website redesign was courtesy of the Marvin and Betty Danto Family Foundation as well as the JARC Board Marketing Committee, made up of Stephanie Freedman, Michelle Gilbert, Jason Miller and Scott Werner.
Since 1969, JARC is one of the country's largest providers of community-based Jewish residential services, serving nearly 150 adults in group homes and various independent living arrangements.
In addition, JARC provides services to more than 450 familys through its Harris Children and Family Division, founded in 1998.