Goodwill Retirement Community

Goodwill Retirement


Goodwill Retirement Community



Goodwill Retirement Community is a certified CCRC, non-profit facility providing a range of services and resources to the elderly. Located in Western Maryland, Goodwill Retirement Community offers independent living, assisted living apartments a skilled nursing home with a dedicated and secured memory care unit. For over 60 years it’s been their mission to provide compassionate care with the respect and dignity that every human being deserves

Ironistic was happy to offer our digital expertise to this admirable organization, and our past experience with non-profits and foundations made us a good partner for this effort. Goodwill Retirement Community was looking to refresh and modernize their website, creating a digital platform that would reflect the value and quality of their facilities and services.





Working with Marks Media, who provided fantastic images and videos for the site, we created a streamlined, highly-functional, and fully-engaging website for our client. Through visual and written content as well as smart navigation and call-to-actions, Goodwill Retirement Community’s site successfully represents their brand, communicates their mission, and reflects their high standard of living.

In addition, Ironistic incorporated some great functionality by integrating formsite so that Goodwill Retirement Community can easily accept resumes from prospective employees. In addition, their current employees can log-in and access staff-specific content.

We love our client’s emphasis on treating their residents with dignity, thoughtfulness, and respect. It’s this focus that adds such value to their services, and at Ironistic, we hope each client engagement reflects a similar mindset. Check us out for your next digital transformation.



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