We Got a Makeover!

Oct 1, 2020 | News

Dear Friends of The Sunny Center,

Our online presence has undergone a makeover! Since we can’t meet in person these days, we decided to put more of our personality and our energy into our online presence. where we can all meet and share news, hopes, dreams, good news and accomplishments.

We are proud to introduce you to our new website:

We are so excited to have this new website that will offer support online for Exonerees and anyone needing a place to find some positive energy during these difficult times, and to provide a space for our supporters to visit and get updates on all that we’re doing to help people who were wrongfully convicted to build healthier, happier lives.

Sometimes it’s hard to believe how far we’ve come on this journey together to provide healing, family and community for those who have suffered from the injustice of wrongful convictions. We are here because of your support and the trust that we have established between us. In these days of isolation and disconnection, these things are more important than ever.

We won’t leave anyone behind! Our older website will redirect automatically to sunnycenter.org. We’ve got you covered.  To save a little time, bookmark sunnycenter.org.

Sunnycenter.org doesn’t just look beautiful, it is also much more robust, easier for us to update, and more secure. It’s designed to grow with us.

Take some time to visit and look around!

Let us know what you think by commenting on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter or by email at contact@sunnycenter.org.

See you online! May the World Wide Web continue to connect us! May we continue to support each other in our shared efforts to keep the love and the healing and the connections flowing and growing!

Peace and Love,
Sunny and Peter

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