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Mary Kathleen N.

Print Materials Design

Posted by
Marilyn S.

Events & Marketing Specialist

Posted Date
Feb 11, 2019
Location
Virtual volunteer opportunity
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Print Materials Design
Impact statement
This project will save us $3,607 , allowing us to further our mission to end food waste and end hunger.

Project Details

What We Need
  • Designs for a pre-determined number of marketing or communications materials (examples: one-pager/fact sheets, case studies, fundraising collateral, event invitations, annual reports, and pamphlets)
  • Templates with accurate, print-ready specifications
  • Note: This project does not include printing
Additional Details

Graphic requested. This design will be screen-printed onto shirts for our marathon team participants. I can provide examples of the past few years' designs for your reference.

What We Have In Place
  • We currently have examples of the last few years' designs., which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have various other marketing assets, our logo, etc, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help

Last year, over 100 runners participated in the Pittsburgh Marathon events and raised money for 412 Food Rescue as designated charity runners. We sincerely appreciate all the hard work that goes into both training for the running events and fundraising on behalf of our Organization. We like to show our appreciation by providing each runner with a custom shirt.

Project Plan

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Prep: Distribution of Prep Materials
  • Volunteer Manager provides the Professional with a budget for print materials, finalized copy, high-resolution logo, and any visual branding guidelines to be utilized
  • Volunteer Manager also provides images for desired deliverables (if applicable), examples of existing marketing materials and links to online presence (website and social media)
  • Volunteer Manager shares Brand Messaging guidelines (if applicable)
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Milestone 1: Preliminary Concepts
  • Professional and Volunteer Manager discuss how print materials will be utilized, target audience, and style preferences
  • Professional develops preliminary sketches, and garners feedback from Volunteer Manager
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Milestone 2: Graphic Creation
  • Professional drafts print materials, and incorporates any feedback into the final product
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Milestone 3: Final Draft
  • Professional delivers the final versions in the desired electronic format
  • Professional provides guidance on printing specifications (colors, size, etc.)
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About The Org

Our Mission

412 Food Rescue was founded as a direct response to the fact that while we waste 40% of our food, 1 in 7 people are hungry. 412 Food Rescue bridges the disconnect between food waste, hunger, and environmental sustainability by redirecting perfectly viable food headed for the landfill directly to nonprofits who serve individuals and families who are experiencing food insecurity.

What We Do

FOOD RECOVERY
412 Food Rescue works with food retailers to prevent surplus food from going to waste by mobilizing volunteer Food Rescue Heroes to directly transport this food to organizations that serve those who are experiencing food insecurity; meeting clients where they already are and bridging the last mile of food access.

FOOD RESCUE HERO
412 Food Rescue's technology platform is an end-to-end system that matches food donations to the appropriate nonprofits, mobilizes a last-mile transportation network of volunteers, trains volunteers on food safety and tracks data and analytics - measuring impact on hunger and the environment. Food Rescue Hero is a mobile app that was launched in November 2016 and represents the first phase of the platform.

UGLYCSA
412 Food Rescue creates new markets for farmers via a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program for previously unsellable fruits and vegetables.

HIDDEN HARVEST
412 Food Rescue gleans fruit from previously unharvested public and private city trees, and excess produce from urban farms.

FOOD EDUCATION
412 Food Rescue provides comprehensive food education for our nonprofit partners via the Cooking Matters curriculum to teach our end users how to cook and shop for healthy food on a budget.

412 Food Rescue collaborates with local producers to create innovative products from food that would otherwise be wasted. Examples include beer from surplus bread, liqueur, cider, and beer from foraged produce, and ice cream utilizing foraged mulberries and bananas.

GOOD FOOD PROJECT
412 Food Rescue stabilizes surplus food and transforms it into fresh, healthy, affordable prepared meals and shelf stable products while serving as a community engagement and education hub.

Our project is sponsored by: Forbes Funds

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