FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Bradenton, Florida - The Aloe Institute is pleased to announce the launch of its completely revamped website offering more features, increased capabilities and enhanced access to a wealth of information on aloe vera. The official launch date was June 28, 2013 and remains an ongoing work in progress, according to Jane B. Grace, President of The Aloe Institute.
“In order to broaden our public outreach, meet evolving communications objectives and support our unending fundraising initiatives, we needed our web presence to work even harder. Our newly retooled platform represents our re-dedication to growing public awareness, acceptance and knowledge about the wonders locked in the aloe vera species,” Grace says.
The Aloe Institute continues in its 16th year of underwriting promising research projects, assisting the medical community in discovering new and improved uses for aloe products and providing consumer information to improve quality of life around the globe. The Institute’s new web capability leverages current technologies including a user-friendly fund raising interface, allowing supporters to make one-time, monthly, annual and planned giving donations in support of the Institute’s ongoing programs and activities.
Visitors will have the opportunity to browse the Institute’s vast library of content, compiled from years of research, participate in discussion forums exchanging ideas and experiences with aloe, and browse links to relevant aloe content. The new site also allows the research community to describe research program opportunities, propose programs and apply for grants.
Other pages include success stories from consumers, a summary of research programs throughout the Institute’s history and monthly news updates.
The Aloe Institute is a non-profit organization committed to improving health and wellness globally. The Institute's focus on health and wellness lies in underwriting the most promising aloe research while promoting its clinical and organic benefits through ongoing educational outreach. Information about The Aloe Institute, a summary of current and past research projects and aloe-related information can be found at www.TheAloeInstitute.org.
For more information, contact:
Jane B. Grace
The Aloe Institute
3708 Maplewood Terrace
Bradenton, Florida 34203