Capital for Children Launches A New Website

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Capital for Children is excited to announce the launch of their newly designed website, which goes live today, Tuesday, December 16th, 2014 and is located at the same address: http://www.capitalforchildren.org.

Capital for Children is excited to announce the launch of their newly designed website, which goes live today, Tuesday, December 16th, 2014 and is located at the same address: http://www.capitalforchildren.org.

The site’s homepage welcomes visitors with bold colors, a clean uncluttered design, and bright images with featured content focused on our mission to support innovative organizations that empower and educate the youth of Washington, DC.

“Capital for Children is evolving, and this revamped website was an important step in that growth. We are focusing our philanthropy and making more strategic investments. A more focused website was an important part of this evolution,” according to Dean D’Angelo, Board Chair of Capital for Children.

The new site clearly lays out information into three main sections: ABOUT US, EVENTS and INVESTMENTS. This change allows visitors to access information based on their own choice rather than sift through everything to decide what is of interest to them.

The website will be updated on a regular basis with news of events and new content. We encourage our visitors to contact us through the website and sign up for our newsletter.

Capital for Children was created in 2007 to improve the lives of children in the Washington, DC community. Capital for Children’s members are all leaders in the private equity community at firms with significant private equity investments or serving as senior level advisors to the community. To date, they have invested over $570,000 in their partner organizations, as well as volunteering countless hours as board members and informal advisors.

Capital for Children currently invests in seven nonprofit partners: Beacon House, Brainfood, DC Scores, Higher Achievement, Horton’s Kids, Live It Learn It and Sitar Arts Center. These investments help more than 5,600 children throughout Washington, DC each year.

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