With so much important information to share to the community, BCBS Louisiana Foundation needed a comprehensive website that was easy to maintain and update

Because the mission of Blue Cross Blue Shield Louisiana Foundation is to promote wellness for Louisiana residents by offering support to health and education related causes, their web presence is critical to communicating grant details and volunteer opportunities to members of the community. With this in mind, Gatorworks designed and developed a website that showcased not only the three main pillars of their site: grants, awards, and volunteers, but also ongoing news and blog posts.

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Key Features

BCBS Foundation has a robust database of content including Angel Award recipients over the past sixteen years, and blog posts detailing their program success stories, press and media attention and more. Building an organized and easy-to-update content management system was one of our main priorities when tackling this project.

Ordered Page Parts
Without having to learn code, our clients can easily move entire sections of content (including maps, statistical data, forms, pictures, and more) in the order of their choosing. By building editing blocks within the CMS, we gave the client freedom and flexibility for their pages.

Angel Award Database
In addition to making sure the user-facing portion of the Angel Award database was organized and easily digestible, we created a back-end custom post type in which our client was able to keep a fully detailed record of all past Angel Award recipients in a sophisticated filing system.

Filtering Capabilities for News Posts
The website allows you to choose between two different types of news: blog and press. From there you can choose to filter by date, program, or region, enabling users to drill down to only the content they want without having to scroll through page after page of news irrelevant to their location or interest.