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Lumpkin Family Foundation Branding

The Lumpkin Family Foundation is a private philanthropic organization from the eastern Illinois region who wanted to embark on a redesign of some of their marketing materials, primarily their website, to better reflect the organization’s scope and impact in the communities they serve. But first they had a redesign of the current logo to a

Illinois workNet Branding

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This statewide, online job-services platform was merging with multiple brick-and-mortar locations to provide workforce development and employer resources, and needed an image makeover along with a unifying brand message.

Community Foundation for the Land of Lincoln

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The Big Picture A name change from Sangamon County Community Foundation to the broader Community Foundation for the Land of Lincoln was the catalyst for a newer, better, bigger presence for this decades old community funding agency. As an organization, they provide a variety of grants including those that help underprivileged children, as well

CFFL Branding

A new name and increased service area required a new brand name, image, and better description to communicate what the organization does for our community. The non-profit group helps individuals, families, businesses and organizations create permanent charitable funds to support causes within this region. The foundation invests and administers these funds. We created a new

Illinois Association of Community Action Agencies

This state agency was in need of an image upgrade following a strategic planning session identifying a new name and vision for the NFP group. They wanted to convey their role as advocate and supporter of other NFP agencies and state government units working to elevate the health, economic and educational standards of low-income residents

Illinois WorkNet

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The Big Picture The State of Illinois traditionally used numerous ‘unemployment offices’ scattered in each county to help the newly unemployed find work. It carried a very negative connotation and perception among the population and businesses. It also lacked connectivity with resources to help train dislocated workers for jobs that were needed in the