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Community & Non-Profit
About Your Company
I help a charitable organization distribute backpacks and duffels to foster kids so they don't have to use trash bags for their clothes and stuff.
Screen / Digital
Preferred Logo Style
Image + Text
Colors to Explore
Hunter's Day 1 Bags
Top 3 Things
Hope, a new start, safety
Maybe a rising sun for a new day. Soothing colors, welcoming text that is assuring but not scary or overbearing. A theme that a child (boy or girl) age 5-17 might identify with or be comfortable with.
Hunter is a local Boy Scout that started this organization as an Eagle Scout project. The program caught on quick and is rapidly spreading across Texas and the rest of the US. The logo probably won't be placed on the bags that are distributed in an effort to keep the kids from being identified. The logo will more likely be used on literature (the logo would be on paperwork distributed inside each bag) and webpages, although, I'll probably embroider some promotional bags and shirts, so there can't be too much shading in the logo. Go to http://www.tccwb.org/day-1-bags/ to learn more about Hunter and his project. My name is Jimmy. I own Flying Circle which is a soft-luggage company that supplies Hunter with bags that are donated or sold to Hunter at below cost. Hunter just started college and I offered to help get a logo done for his program.
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