Project

Logo Design & Visual Brand Identity

Youth Development

This project is

In Progress

Matched with:

Randhir prasad Y.

This project will save us $5,422 , allowing us to send more kids to burn camp and or get laser care.

What We Need

  • Consultation regarding the Organization's current branding and desired branding objectives
  • Visual branding guidelines / style guide that include specific colors, fonts, and other graphic design elements to use in print and digital communications materials
  • High-resolution logo delivered electronically (in formats for digital and print use)

Additional Details

I need a DONOR WALL and RECOGNITION SIGNS designed which will be erected in Israel at the site of our IPEARLS laser Center of Excellence for burn scarred kids inside a major hospital.
images needed for marketing the different donor levels on website and at conventions. ie leaf on a tree of life for $1,000
Founders Wall Plaque for 25 donors at $10,000.
Individual Treatment and waiting Rooms priced accordingly.
I have taken stabs at this but do not have a coherent product and I am doing the dedication at the end of January.

How This Will Help

I have raised less than half the funds needed. By making the recognition plaques impressive, it will help convey the "What's In It for Me" factor and fuel our fundraising for Israel and the satellite countries we are opening in the coming years.

What We Have In Place

We currently have renderings of plaques, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have video of the hospital and project, and the ability to provide any other information you need.

Fun Fact

Just got back from Delhi India where directors from my 3 camps met and broke roti ( bread). We got our first physician volunteer to do laser cases for free at his private hospital.

  • Location: Remote (work anywhere)

Project Steps

Prep: Distribution of Prep Materials
  • Volunteer Manager provides Professional with current logo (if available), branding guidelines, and any existing marketing/communications materials
  • Volunteer Manager sends Professional examples of logos, brands, and design elements preferred, and links to website and social media pages
Milestone 1: Brainstorm
  • Professional and Volunteer Manager connect to discuss the branding goals, target audience, and preferred design elements
  • Professional and Volunteer Manager agree upon a style concept and the detailed scope of deliverables (e.g., logo, custom graphics, updated style guide, new style guide, etc.)
Milestone 2: Logo Design
  • Professional drafts up to three different logo designs and shares with the Volunteer Manager for feedback
  • Volunteer Manager selects one of the design options and provides feedback
  • Professional iterates upon the design for final delivery, including versions of the logo for different uses (e.g., black & white, full color, and formats for print and digital use)
  • Professional delivers the final version of the logo including specifications for usage (colors, size, etc.)
Milestone 3: Visual Branding Guidelines / Style Guide
  • Professional drafts the visual branding guidelines, which features the logo design and a specific set of colors, fonts, and any custom graphic elements to be incorporated in future communications
  • Volunteer Manager reviews the draft guidelines and provides feedback
  • Professional incorporates feedback and prepares the final version
  • If custom graphics are included in the agreed-upon scope of work, the Professional provides them in high-resolution formats for digital and print use
Prerequisites for Professional
  • Experience creating logos
  • Portfolio examples of graphic designs
  • Proficiency with design software such as Adobe's Creative Cloud
Prerequisites for Organization
  • Clearly articulated branding goals and target audience
  • Preliminary design preferences and examples of logos or brands you like
  • Ability to share any existing marketing materials and style guides

Our Mission

"Because no child should live with burn scars." - Sam Davis, Founder We work to help pediatric burn survivors around the world face the challenges of recovery, rehabilitation, and reintegration. We believe the best way to do this is through Burn Camps, recreational camp experiences where children with burns learn how to build self-confidence, make new friends, and just be kids again. Our three burn camps are operated by volunteers and funded by donors. We also help ensure that burn survivors receive proper care, and adequate compensation; both crucial for a return to a stable and productive life.

What We Do

Support burn survivors, as they face the challenges of recovery, rehabilitation, and reintegration. Whether caused by a house fire, scalding cooking fluid, or an insurgent's explosive device - serious burn injuries have devastating consequences. Physical disfigurement and emotional scars make the recovery process a long and painful one. Although the "outside" scars require several complex surgeries, the "inside" scars are much more difficult to heal. We believe that Burn Camps are the best way to support young burn survivors, as they learn to cope with their new lives. In the course of 4 fun-filled days, campers build self-confidence, make new friends, and set the scars aside in favor of ballgames, drum circles, surf lessons and unforgettable camp experiences. For some campers it may be the first independent encounter with other burn survivors, a step that requires courage and self-acceptance. For others it may be part of a long rehabilitation process, as they mature from campers to counselors. Yet for all it is a refuge where they are not judge or defined by their appearance. It is a place where they can be children, free of worries and focused on having fun. Burn Camps have also been the subject of much academic research - numerous peer reviewed studies have demonstrated decreased isolation, improved self-esteem, improved teamwork, promotion of coping skills and improved social skills after burn camp participation.

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