Posted on February 27th
The Global Paint for Charity has relaunched its new website. With over 31 million internet users accessing the internet via mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets, the new website has been designed to be mobile friendly and easy to navigate and uplift its public image. The vibrant new website features bright colors and quality images that mirrors the culture of the organization.
The GPC website highlights the hard work and dedication of the many volunteers that come together to make the organization successful. The “Take Action” section of the website allows visitors to easily find information of how to donate, volunteer, organize or partner with GPC. And the “Our Work” section enables visitors to learn more about the program works. You can also check out the current on going projects in local communities and request free paint for projects in your own community.
One of the most important feature of the new website is the instant multilingual translation for visitors from over 120 countries. The organization has added this feature to enable millions of people all around the world to have access to its contents in over 80 different languages.
The exciting social media update to the GPC website allows the public to connect with the organization through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pintrest, Linked In, and YouTube. Using social media, the GPC is capable of sharing stories of unity in the communities being served using photographs, videos, and testimonials from those who have been impacted by the GPC volunteers, board members, and the CEO Rony Delgarde.
Check out the all-new www.globalpaints.org website to make a donation, find upcoming events, recent news and to learn how to become a part of the inspiring organization.
About Global Paint for Charity
Global Paint for Charity is an organization that collects unused paints from businesses and residences in the US, then reprocess and distribute it to vulnerable families in developing countries around the world.
The organization eliminates the toxic disposal of paints into land fills and fills the needs of the world’s poorer populations. It’s estimated that 80 percent of the third world’s homes and schools have very bad and unpainted walls, and more than 70 million children have never had access to a painted classroom. We provide underprivileged communities the opportunity to enjoy the beauty of color through every gallon of recycled paint.
To date, we have salvaged over 200,000 Gallons and redistributed more than 120,000 Gallons to 18 countries and cities right here in the U.S. at no charge. GPC needs new equipment and facilities to scale and continue its growth. Warehouses for regional storage, trucks for transporting cans and buckets from paint drives and business donations.
A new mixer will allow GPC to process 3,000-5,000 gallons of paint a day. The new plant will increase capabilities and create jobs for many looking to assist with the GPC mission
For more information visit www.globalpaints.org. www.facebook.com/globalpaints, www.twitter.com/globalpaints