The PlanMySite team recently wrapped up a project for the Kwahuman Association of NJ. The Association is a non-profit organization that strives to preserve and promote the Kwahu culture while also promoting education and supporting preventive health initiatives. For that reason, it was very important to develop a logo and a website to reflect the Kwahu culture while also making it possible to share information, photos and videos with members.
Originally founded in the summer of 1998, the Association focuses on the people of the Kwahu, including those who live in New Jersey as well as those in the Kwahu Traditional Areas in Ghana, West Africa. In addition to supporting charitable causes and developing health and economic programs to support those in the Kwahu Traditional Areas, the Association also works toward supporting the social well-being of New Jersey communities. This support is provided in a number of ways, including:
- Providing assistance through an Education Fund, which supports students in New Jersey and in Ghana
- Establishing preventive healthcare measures and providing affordable healthcare to members and others in the community
- Bringing child immunizations and healthcare education programs to Ghana
The Association also emphasizes the importance of love, family and encouraging others. By creating a website with a custom content management system, the PlanMySite team made it possible for the Association to share information with members, to receive donations and to find other ways to encourage interaction among members. We also created a logo and other items, such as stationary, that the Association can now use to further its initiatives while creating an identity that will be easily recognized in New Jersey and around the world. We are more than happy to be able to help and offer logo, identity, and website design for non-profit organization in New Jersey.
To get more information and screenshots, please visit our clients section. Here is the link: Kwahuman Association of New Jersey Project.
The website is already launched: www.kwahumannj.org