We Champion Opportunity.

Foellinger Foundation helps to create a community where everyone has the chance to thrive by investing in organizations, programming, and initiatives that serve Allen County citizens with the greatest economic need and least opportunity. OLG has worked closely with the Foundation’s leadership and board of directors to share the organization’s 60+ year-story. As the Foundation continues to evolve to meet the community’s needs, a brand evolution followed suit. As part of Foellinger Foundation’s brand evolution, we updated their visual identity and brand platform, which serves as a north star for [...] Read More

Spaces to Inspire

Since 1969, Barton Coe Vilamaa has specialized in architecture and engineering for K-12 educational facilities and systems, serving public school districts of all sizes. This focus means they have a detailed, comprehensive understanding of learning environments—and their publicly-funded project expertise means a more thorough process for their clients. OLG partnered with BCV to articulate this expertise through a rebrand. Our work with them included visual identity, logo, brand platform, microsite and full website, business suite, trade show materials and more. Brand Platform At Barton Coe Vilamaa, we create spaces for [...] Read More

The Foundation to Dream

Martin Luther King Montessori School (MLK Montessori) has been educating the future leaders of our community since 1968. The school provides quality care and education to preschoolers and kindergarteners in Fort Wayne, with a mission to foster a child’s natural ability to learn. A nonprofit organization, MLK Montessori needed to bolster donor support and increase enrollment. MLK Montessori has a powerful story to tell, and we were honored and energized to come alongside the organization to create a powerful mission video, highlighting the importance of its services in Southeast Fort Wayne. Read More

Seek: An Essay

In October 2020, OLG principal Matt Kelley was asked to contribute to FORTHCOMING: Considering the Future State of Our City—a book project that invited 20 Fort Wayne voices to write 2,000-word essays outlining 20 ideas that could shape our community’s story over the next 20 years. Each essay has a single-word title. Matt’s is called SEEK and asks what life would be like, post-pandemic, if every citizen in our community was 10% more curious, and 10% less set in our ways? MK offers some science, some storytelling, and a few recommendations on how [...] Read More