North Carolina Coalition to End Homelessness Releases Revamped Tendenci Website Following Hurricane Florence
Houston, TX — October 4, 2018
The North Carolina Coalition to End Homelessness, NCCEH, serves as an advocacy group and central resource for agencies,organizations and individuals that address the needs of the homeless residents of North Carolina. The recently upgraded Tendenci website has been critical to collection and dissemination of information following the devastation of Hurricane Florence.
Mobile responsiveness was crucial to the design of the new site in order to deliver an optimal user experience to NCCEH members and constituents. The added challenge for the Coalition was the enormous amount of information they host and determining the best way to structure their resources for ease of access and maintenance. NCCEH relied on the feature-rich Tendenci Content Management System (CMS) to build an engaging interface that makes information readily accessible.
Using Tendenci Events, NCCEH hosts a variety of informational meetings, trainings and community events. The flexibiilty of the Events module allows NCCEH to post both paid and free events, collecting registrations and payments online when needed. Event reminders, rosters, invoicing reports and quick addition of offline registrations makes event management simple and complete.
NCCEH is supported by the community it serves. A multi-tiered Membership structure provides price points that support various levels of donation and support. The Coalition has individual members, premium members, and organizational memberships for supporting associations based on their operating budgets. Dialogue Groups provide self-selected inclusion in discussion groups with other members for support and knowledge sharing.
Fully committed to their members, NCCEH also hosts a Job Board and accepts postings from the community.
We are proud to partner with NCCEH on their mission to end homelessness and are excited to see the many features of Tendenci implemented to serve their members.
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