We have 2 new awards wins to announce for the American Graphic Design & Advertising Awards! Winning entries are for a few of our non-profit clients that we are proud to work with and be a part of their missions.

• Boxes of Joy for Diabetics won for Best in Category Pro Bono Logo & Packaging

• Gales Creek Diabetes Camp won for Pro Bono Logo & T-Shirt

We feel strongly as a team that pro bono work should be a part of our business. Each year we choose non-profits that are close to our heart and provide provide professional design servies to help them build their business and create awareness for their cause.

We created a logo identity for Boxes of Joy for Diabetics, a non-profit organization for children with diabetes, started by an 11-year diabetic girl named Anja and her mother Ingrid. The boxes are packed with items to comfort children and their families after recently being diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. The identity was created in the form of a stamp to allow easy application on multiple formats. Additional illustrations were created as stickers and stamps to allow Anja the freedom to decorate each box individually.

Gales Creek Camp, a non-profit summer camp for children with Type 1 diabetes located in Glenwood, Oregon helps children transition towards independence by integrating the management of diabetes with social and life skills. The logo is inspired by a modern camp badge with simple icons representing the unique camp and fun activities that the campers look forward to each summer. Many of the campers and staff have been a part of GCC for a majority of their life, this new identity creates a visual connection that they can be proud of to represent themselves on all camp collateral, printed materials, fundraising events, and more.

You can download a press release here