It’s hard to save the world and look good at the same time! That’s why Lehigh Valley, Philadelphia, New Jersey and New York nonprofit organizations are invited to apply for our yearly Design Grant.
Each year, one agency will receive up to $10,000 of Imagevolution’s marketing and design services. We’ll help you with brand identity, fundraising campaigns, letterhead, newsletters, gala invites and more.
A Victory For Veterans
We are delighted to announce the winner of Imagevolution’s 2013 Design Grant is VALOR Clinic Foundation, a grassroots, volunteer organization devoted to the assistance of suffering Veterans. We heard a number of inspiring stories making our decision incredibly difficult, but VALOR’s beautiful and unparalleled devotion to improve the lives of our nation’s veterans truly moved us.
VALOR Clinic Foundation’s mission is to assist the nation’s Veterans suffering from the visible and invisible wounds related to their service. The most critical issues include access to health care, homelessness, unemployment, suicide and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
The organization also plans to establish a state-of-the-art, multifaceted veteran’s health facility in Bangor that would feature transitional, assisted-living and resident-care housing options as well as offer treatment and counseling, specializing in post-traumatic stress disorder and combat zone-specific injuries. With the proposed facility and care options, the organization hopes local veterans will get the medical treatment they deserve.
We are pleased and honored to assist VALOR in its marketing endeavors, and hope that the organization continues to touch the community in the way that it has touched us. For more information on VALOR Clinic Foundation, visit them online at www.valorclinic.org.
Previous Grant Recipients
The Gertrude B. Fox Environmental Center at Illick’s Mill is a non-profit organization whose mission is environmental action, education and preservation in the City of Bethlehem and the Monocacy Creek watershed. Imagevolution designed their logo, stationary, and newsletter to help bring more visibility and awareness to the community and generate more interest and funding for their project.
Purple Ribbon Council was a non-profit that was to help cut out domestic violence through the salon businesses. They felt that a hair dresser had a special relationship with their clients and that given the right tools they could help empower their clients in an abusive situation.
Girls Night Out was a once-a-year event that was to help bring awareness to the community about the Purple Ribbon Council and to help raise money.
Historic Bethlehem Partnership is establishing itself as the premier historical organization in our region by presenting, powerfully and credibly, three centuries of Bethlehem’s unique history. One of their main fundraisers is the Rooms to View House Tour and we have been helping them with the design of all the collateral for a few years. Below is the design from last years event.
Below is a collage of the designs from previous years.