Authenticity, differentiation, and values are key elements in branding for nonprofits.
Begun as a grass roots organization, the Arthur R. Marshall Foundation for the Everglades realized that they had outgrown their homegrown logo. They asked us to create a new identity and work with them to further develop their authentic brand image. Of particular interest, was an infographic “Restore the Flow” we made that depicted the significance of the water flow of South Florida. We worked with them for 4 years crafting their brand, redesigning the logo, fundraising brochures, gala invitations, and vehicle wrap for their donated van.
Quantum Foundation brought us on board to design their newsletter, annual report, directory and advertising. At the time, they were planning a move to a new building, and we designed the press kit, invites and other marketing materials.
Friedman Commission for Jewish Education first hired us to design a fundraising brochure for their prospective donors that would differentiate them from other Jewish organizations. In addition to the printed piece, we also created a version to be used on a tablet for a personalized presentation. In celebration of their 25th Anniversary, we created an icon that would work well independently and in conjunction with their logo.
Every organization has a story to tell. Let us help you refine / define your story to differentiate your nonprofit. Ask us about our BrandingReveal™ process.
Serving South Florida
Elaine Weber Designs, Inc. works with businesses, organizations, and professionals throughout South Florida including Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Boynton Beach, Lantana, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach, Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Jupiter, Tequesta, Stuart, Port St. Lucie. The studio is centrally located at 1023 North O St., Lake Worth, FL 33460.