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St. Ann's Launches Spanish Language Website
St. Ann’s new Spanish language website is made possible with support from the Crimsonbridge Foundation, which creates and invests in education, leadership development, and capacity building programs to help improve the lives of our nation’s children and their families.
The Crimsonbridge Foundation works to develop innovative, transformative ways to address social problems, and to collaborate across sectors to maximize social impact. It creates and invests in education, leadership development, and capacity building programs that help leaders and organizations achieve beyond existing boundaries and realize what is possible.
The Foundation is pleased to partner with St. Ann’s Center for Children, Youth & Families, one of the first nonprofit organizations to receive support through its Bridges Program, which seeks to build Spanish language communications resources to help individuals better access information about programs and services for their children and families.
“Spanish language communications resources are essential for providing accurate information, meaningful engagement, and building trust,” says Gabriela Smith, president and founder of the Crimsonbridge Foundation.
In addition to working with local nonprofits, to strengthen their Spanish language communications capacity, the Foundation recently released a new publication in partnership with Child Trends, entitled, “Reaching and Engaging with Hispanic Communities: A Research-Informed Communications Guide” to provide a resource and support this work at a national level.