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LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT US:

I am an advocate and volunteer for the Southeastern Brain Tumor Foundation. I lost my brother to this horrible disease in August of 2007. He was 32 years of age. I am heading the rebranding committee and have only been given $150 for this task, so unfortunately, I have little to offer and will be covering the difference myself.

Southeastern Brain Tumor Foundation - a foundation of hope.

Our mission is to improve the quality of life for brain tumor patients and their families. By offering information, education and support services, we aspire to instill hope, knowledge and comfort to all involved. The Southeastern Brain Tumor Foundation also raises funds for research and medical personnel so that a cure can be found.

The Southeastern Brain Tumor Foundation, founded in 1995, operates exclusively as a 501(c)(3) not for profit charitable foundation. Since its inception, by the close of 2009 the SBTF will have granted in excess of $1.2 million dollars through sucessful fundraising events like the Race for Research and from individual donations. Operating exclusively as an all volunteer foundation, the SBTF operates with administrative expenses less than 3% enabling us to allocate funds to their intended purpose; brain tumor research grants and support group services. All of the SBTF grants are merit based and not guaranteed to any specific institution. The grant funding allocation is determied by our Medical Advisory Board, made up of four of the most hightly recognized brain tumor research professionals in the country.

HERE IS WHAT WE NEED:

We need an updated look. We are open to new colors, tag line logo...all of the above.

The logo will be used both electronically and for printed items.

http://www.sbtf.org/home.html

OUR TARGET AUDIENCE IS:

Patients and their families/friends/caregivers...anyone touched by a brain tumor. We would like the logo to represent hope but not in a religious way. The truth is, the typical outcome of this horrible disease is not a good one, so it is important that when they come to us, they feel some since of hope, happiness. Although we support and represent children as well, we are primarily an adult foundation as there are many other pediatric foundations...so no teddy bears, rainbows or balloons :)

WE ABSOLUTELY MUST HAVE THIS IN OUR DESIGN:

Southeastern Brain Tumor Foundation

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