Welcome Home: The New HEFN.org is Philanthropy's Place for Health and the Environment

January 30, 2014

This blog post was written by HEFN Communications Associate Lauren Linville and HEFN Director Kathy Sessions.

Drum roll, please! HEFN is pleased to introduce its newly renovated website.  The new HEFN.org draws on 15 years of experience with funders who care about healthy people, cleaner environments and more equitable communities.  We’re excited to offer environmental health and justice philanthropy a new “home” on the web. 

Newly interested in these issues? The new HEFN.org has you covered. Learn and explore, with:

For funders already involved in environmental health and justice, the new HEFN.org can help you:

Above all, the most noticeable change to HEFN.org is the design. New issue area icons, a clean, open layout, and more images aim to ease navigation and encourage exploration. Best of all, adaptive design features mean the website is accessible whether you’re visiting it on a desktop computer, mobile phone or tablet!

We hope you’ll visit our corner of the web often to find resources, learn about emerging issues in environmental health and environmental justice, check the events page for webinars and meetings, and find collaboration partners in philanthropy.

Many thanks to HEFN’s website consultants, Adam Rasmussen of UX Interactive and Margaux O’Malley of Grand Junction Design, for helping guide the website’s contemporary design and overall awesomeness. And special thanks to the Heinz Endowments, the Kresge Foundation, and Marisla Foundation for the support that made HEFN’s new website possible. 

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