New Website to Kickoff 10-Year Celebration

We’re thrilled to announce the launch of our brand-new website. The new beautifully displays our full list of highlights, latest themes, work pillars, program details, and information about our team and history.

The Bugler e-Newsletter, blogs and Service Before Self Podcast have been fully integrated. You can expect even more quality posts and links to our social media.

Our new website is also fully receptive and ready for all shapes and sizes of smartphones and tablets. This project was undertaken by Sara Heidenheimer as lead designer. We can’t say enough about Sara’s amazing work.

The strategy behind the new website is to modernize the look and feel, improve the accessibility, user-ability, and functionality of the site, and attract more visitors in need of our services as a resource for individuals, organizations, and communities interested in the long-term wellbeing of our veterans and their families.

The launch of our new website also kicks-off a three-month celebration leading up to Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services 10-year anniversary. During the next three months, our followers will get treated to insights and memories from our history, interviews with longtime partners and staff, and a retrospective of our work.

Founded in 2012 by our Chairman, David Sutherland, and former President, Kimberly Mitchell, Dixon Center is proud of the legacy it has built based on its noble purpose to make the lives of our veterans and their families better.

Since 2012, by moving from a model of crisis intervention to one of crisis prevention, our collaboration and capacity building has impacted more than 2.4 million individuals and organizations. We started with an internal team of just 4 and now with the support of our parent organization, The Fedcap Group, we are approaching a team of 250 employees, consultants, contractors, volunteers, and ambassadors.

Witnessing our growth and success is a testament to our passion.

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