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What is the exact name you would like in your logo?

P.A.C. Professional Association of Caregivers

What is your industry?

Health Care and Biotech

What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?

Association for community of compassionate and caring individuals choosing the fulfilling profession of caregiving
Learning and support for senior caregivers (caregiving is emotional, physical, mental and caregiver stress is a top keyword on Google) and the P.A.C. will provide a safe and supportive community (Clients die or get better and a professional caregiver will work with 20+ clients and their families throughout their career and the P.A.C. will provide an ongoing home for them as this career is unlike others where a job may end because a client died or they recovered from an illness and it can be a lonely journey because of this aspect.
Compassion, caring, wisdom of caregiving for our elders
Caregivers join the association for a membership fee to receive newsletter, code-of-ethics, certification training, lapel pin, t-shirt, and industry news and advocacy.

What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)

image +text, We are an organization called the Professional Association of Caregivers (P.A.C.) We want to be easy to say and remember and provide a sense of pride for caregiver members. Most associations usually have their abbreviation as their logo, followed by their name in smaller type. Examples: AARP https://join.aarp.org or AMA, The American Medical Association, http://www.ama-assn.org/ama We would like the logo to say: P.A.C. Professional Association of Caregivers and it may also include the tagline, if that should make sense, which is "Empowering the Caregiver Journey"
It also may convey the warmth and caring of senior care,
we would like an image that is symbolic somehow of caring and then the words and the abbreviation, see these logos which are just ok, but they do include a symbol.
We like Stand Up to Cancer for their use of color and hipness:
All of these below use images with their name and abbreviation as associations - it is important to convey they are members of something that is professional and caring - as many people do not realize senior caregivers are paid professionals who also are required to be trained and pass certification exams.

Do you have any other info or links you want to share?

Colors and style must match partner companies logos:
The P.A.C is associated with these websites for training and jobs, http://www.caregiverlist.com/ and http://caregivertraininguniversity.com/ Colors needs to match or if they aren't exact then at least needs to compliment these sites. The darker color on the Caregiverlist logo is as followed C: 38%, M:95%,Y:66%,K:40%. The lighter color is C:26%,M:91%,Y:31%,K:6%. The website we have started for the P.A.C is, http://professionalassociationofcaregive... The logo on the website and also attached is what we use for our training logo.
Here is our PAC training certification lapel pin:



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