Sunshine House of Door County. and Brilliant Marketing Communication announce their collaboration to develop a new Sunshine House website.
The new website will better support and communicate the Sunshine House mission, brand and values. It will showcase upcoming and past events, integrate online giving and provide robust information on Sunshine House services and opportunities.
Randy Morrow, acting COO of Sunshine House, Inc., explained, “We are excited to work with a local firm that understands and appreciates the value Sunshine House brings to the Sturgeon Bay and Door County communities. We are doing such incredible things here supporting our clients and the community needs to know about it! We believe collaborating with Brilliant Marketing is the right approach to help us tell that story.”
“Sunshine House provides unbelievable value to an underserved and sometimes forgotten population and their families. When we met with Randy and Jeremy (director of marketing at Sunshine House), we talked deeply about the variety of services, the importance of taking a client-led approach and the sense of purpose and autonomy clients get here. Sunshine house is far more than a facility for people with different abilities. It’s a family, it’s support, it’s independence. That’s what we need to communicate with this new website,” said Brooke Ulrich, Owner and President of Brilliant Marketing Communication in Sturgeon Bay, WI.
The website is scheduled to launch before April 1, 2020.
About Sunshine House, Inc.
Sunshine House Inc. is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization started by parents in Door County in 1971. The Sunshine House Mission is to achieve full participation in society of people with special needs.
Since its inception, Sunshine House Inc. has been providing services to Door County’s citizen’s with special needs and disabilities. Each individual who participates in the services offered at Sunshine house Inc. has a unique program designed to meet each individual’s requirements. Circumstances that may have affected an individual include: developmental disability, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, early-onset Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, other neurological disorders and brain trauma.
Direct care services are available to individuals with more intense personal needs and, along with day services, offer opportunities for community outings and a variety of development and recreational experiences as well as prevocational skills opportunities.