As many of you are already aware of, there are multiple branches to Trusted Clothes: two of the most important are the blog (the platform you are reading this from) and the website. Our website has information on the company, our mission, the location and times of events and most importantly, how to volunteer.
The previous version of our website was a simple one page site, but this one is a modern responsive site. It includes lots of great information and I highly encourage you to check it out at TrustedClothes.com!
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This site didn’t come out of thin air. It owes its existence to the hard work of many volunteers who tested and developed this site from scratch. They worked through this site through numerous development cycles, employees coming in and out and even changing development platforms right at the end when we thought we were finished! There were lots of great people who worked on this project but in particular, I would like to name Pam Griffiths, Brian Chaves, Alisa Chae, Jude Ikwu and of course, our tech master and Trusted Clothes founder Thomas Schroecker.I have learnt a lot about programming from this team while working on this website and it has helped me in developing my skills.
I’m sure that many of you are inspired by the things you read on this blog, however, it can be frustrating to be aware of problems and feeling like you can’t fix them. This is where Trusted Clothes comes in, we are looking for volunteers (local and remote – meaning you can work from anywhere) in many fields such as:
- Social Media
- Photography & Videography
- Web Development
- Event setup
- and many other disciplines
We welcome volunteers of all ages and from all walks of life. No matter what your areas of interest and skill level we will find a place for you!
I hope all of you enjoy the new website and will help Trusted Clothes by sharing this announcement!
About the Author
Aazir loves to explore many fields of knowledge, especially the 4 P's: Physics, Programming, Philosophy, and Poetry. At anytime he can be found producing code, perusing epic poetry, pontificating about Plato, or pondering multiple dimensions. He's an award-winning public speaker and is passionate about speaking out on social justice issues.