Print Materials Design

Help Food Gatherers create customized visual design elements that complement written copy for printed communications and marketing materials.
Food Gatherers
Ann Arbor, MI, USA
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Ann Arbor, MI, USA

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Posted July 19th

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What We Need
  • Designs for one piece of marketing or communications collateral (e.g., fact sheet, case study, event invitations)
  • Templates with accurate, print-ready specifications
  • Note: Please post an additional project if more than one piece of collateral is needed
Additional Details

We are updating our Junior Rescue Ranger activity packet, which is a self-guided learning experience to help kids learn about food insecurity and inspire them to take action. An older version of the packet exists, but we would a like volunteer to redesign it to match our new brand guidelines and give it a fresh look/layout.

The document is currently a Microsoft Publisher Document but we would like the new version to be created in InDesign or a similar Adobe program.

What We Have In Place
  • We currently have original JRR packet and copy, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have our updated brand guidelines and new design elements, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help
This project will save us $3,002 , allowing us to serve the equivalent of 9,000 meals to our neighbors facing food insecurity

The Junior Rescue Ranger Program is a great option for kids who are too young to volunteer with us but would like to get involved. Once the packet is redesigned, we plan to launch an outreach campaign to encourage more kids to get involved in the community.

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 final product
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Milestone 3: Final Draft
  • Professional delivers final versions in desired electronic format
  • Professional provides guidance on printing specifications (colors, size, etc.)
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Food Gatherers
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Lauren G.

Communications Coordinator

Our Mission

Food Gatherers exists to alleviate hunger and eliminate its causes in our community by: reducing food waste through the rescue and distribution of perishable and nonperishable food; coordinating with other hunger relief providers; educating the public about hunger; and developing new food resources.

What We Do

Food Gatherers is the food bank and food rescue program serving our neighbors in Washtenaw County struggling with hunger. We distribute more than 7.8 million pounds of food annually to more than 170 partner organizations and programs serving hungry children, adults, families, seniors, and veterans.

Food Gatherers aims to ensure that all food-insecure people in our community have access to nutritious food. We provide training, support, and food to more than 170 community nonprofit partners who operate food pantries, meal programs, or other services in our community, and we manage our own direct service hunger relief programs. These programs include: Healthy School Pantry Program, delivering monthly fresh produce boxes to children and families at school sites; Summer Food Service Program, providing summer meals to children who are eligible for free or reduced-fee lunch during the regular school year; and the Community Kitchen, serving free hot meals to the public 364 days per year.

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