Bello Machre Announces New Website Launch

Anne Arundel County, MD – Bello Machre, a non-profit that provides a lifetime commitment of loving care for children and adults with developmental disabilities in Anne Arundel and Carroll Counties, announces the launch of its newly designed website.

The new, mobile-friendly website uses a flexible layout that detects users’ screen sizes and changes the website’s layout accordingly to optimize the experience for users on any device. The website also connects users with Bello Machre’s social media platforms for timely updates and communications. The flexibility of this new design allows users to access information in a format that is most accessible.

The new website offers quick, easy access to essential information and a more comprehensive understanding of the organization’s programs and services. In addition to improved functionality and enhanced content, the website offers updated information on news and press releases, frequently asked questions, volunteerism, employment, and ways to give. The new website will go live on October 2, 2017, and the URL is the same:

“We are so excited about the launch of our new website and believe it will give friends, families, donors, sponsors, and our employees quick information detailing the services we provide, our impact within the community, and how they can get involved and help,” said Tracy Lynott, Director of Development for Bello Machre. “As we continue to grow and increase our market presence, this will allow us to expand our community outreach to so many in need.”

About Bello Machre

Bello Machre, founded in 1972, means Home of My Heart in Gaelic. It is a non-profit organization in Anne Arundel and Carroll County, Maryland that provides homes and support to children, teens, adults, and seniors with developmental disabilities.  Its mission is to provide a lifetime of loving care so that they can live life to its fullest.  Many of the people served live in its 60 community homes located throughout Central Maryland.

Bello Machre also provides help and support to hundreds of children and adults in their own homes. The Hertha and Jesse Adams Ray of Hope Program offers assistance with expenses such as specialized summer camp, physical therapy, and adaptive equipment. Trained and caring staff also provides residential respite care, during family hospitalizations, emergencies, and vacations—24-hours a day – seven days a week.  Bello Machre is there to help with whatever is needed, empowering people with developmental disabilities to live life to its fullest. For more information, visit

For further information: Contact Tracy Lynott, Development Director, at 443.702.3016