Published on PRWeb on August 15, 2015
National student leadership program site has new mobile features and enhanced user experience. Carousel30 today announced the launch of the new Lead2Feed program website.
ALEXANDRIA, VA (PRWEB) AUGUST 19, 2015
The new Lead2Feed.org website has officially launched to support the nation’s leading and fastest growing free service learning program for schools. In the last three years, Lead2Feed attracted more than one million students in 3,500 schools and clubs across all 50 states. The Lead2Feed student leadership program is aligned to standards such as Common Core and 21st century skills. This relevant and authentic program is making a difference in participants’ lives and the communities they are serving.
The new Lead2Feed website provides an enhanced user experience with its mobile responsive design while providing additional functionality and interactivity for registered members of the Lead2Feed program. The Carousel30 team utilized the WordPress Content Management System (CMS) to create the website.
Building upon their successful first year working with the Lead2Feed program, Carousel30 took their learning and data from website usage to plan, design and build a website that would increase usage and enhance the experience of program participants. Working in conjunction with the Lead2Feed team, as well as its Educator Advisory Board, the new website is the culmination of 12 months of strategy and research.
“We’re very excited about the new Lead2Feed website and the opportunity it offers our participating teachers and student teams,” says Ashley Butler, Foundation Director of the Lift a Life Foundation, one of the program’s primary sponsors. “As our program continues to grow and reach new audiences, it is important to have a partner like Carousel30 who truly understands how to create great experiences that connect our participants to something they are passionate about—improving their student’s leadership skills as well as the communities they live and work in.”
Lead2Feed was created by The Foundation for Impact on Literacy and Learning, Inc. and the Lift a Life Foundation, with assistance from the Yum! Foundation. Inspired by Executive Chairman of Yum! Brands and leadership expert, David Novak, the Lead2Feed student leadership program is helping to fill a gap in middle and high school education with an innovative service learning program. Throughout this leadership program, students engage with leadership lessons adapted from David Novak’s book, Taking People With You. Classroom learning comes to life for middle and high school students participating in Lead2Feed. The hands-on leadership experience is applied to projects that help alleviate hunger and other social needs in local communities. Lead2Feed student leadership program delivers one of the largest available monetary prizes for a service learning program, directly impacting local nonprofit organizations.
Carousel30 is an award-winning digital marketing and technology agency based in the Washington, DC area. Working with national brands on marketing and advertising campaigns, the agency works with top organizations across many industries including membership associations, nonprofits, financial services, and education. Founded in 2003, Carousel30 continues to be a leading innovator in the digital marketing and technology fields.
About Lift a Life Foundation
The Lift a Life Foundation was established in 1999 by David and Wendy Novak. The mission of the Lift a Life Foundation is to lead the way with innovative programs that help people in need and develop future leaders. The Foundation focuses on creative partnerships that make a lasting impact in the primary areas of hunger relief, early childhood education, juvenile diabetes, military family support and leadership development. Since Lift a Life Foundation began, it has helped thousands of people in need through grants and programming support. David Novak is Executive Chairman of Yum! Brands, one of the world’s largest restaurant companies with over 41,000 KFC, Taco Bell and Pizza Hut restaurants in more than 125 countries and territories, and author of the New York Times and Wall Street Journal best-selling book, TAKING PEOPLE WITH YOU: The Only Way to Make BIG Things Happen. He has been recognized as “2012 CEO of the Year” by Chief Executive magazine, one of the world’s “30 Best CEOs” by Barron’s, one of the “Top People in Business” by FORTUNE and one of the “100 Best-Performing CEOs in the World” by Harvard Business Review. In the spring, he will receive the prestigious 2015 Horatio Alger Award for his commitment to philanthropy and higher education and become a lifetime member of the Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans. He is the recipient of the 2012 UN World Food Program Leadership Award for Yum! Brands World Hunger Relief effort that raises awareness, volunteerism and funds to address this global problem. He also received the national 2008 Woodrow Wilson Award for Corporate Citizenship. He is on the board of directors of the Yum! Brands Foundation and World Food Program USA. Wendy Novak is a lifelong philanthropist and volunteer. She served on the board of Directors for the Kentucky Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
About Foundation for Impact on Literacy and Learning
The Foundation for Impact on Literacy and Learning, a 501(c)(3) organization, supports and builds alliances that enhance innovative, instructional programs and community outreach by providing the resources to promote opportunities engagement. It welcomes participation in efforts to engage, enlighten and inspire today’s students and educators by opening their classrooms to the real world. The Foundation seeks funding from other foundations, private companies and organizations to help provide educational programs for elementary, secondary schools, community colleges and/or programs in specific disciplines or curriculum areas. The Foundation works with interested parties to collaborate on the creation of an educational program that meets the mission and goals for respective companies or organizations.