Moving What Matters

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August 26, 2020

The Women’s Fund of Greater Fort Wayne is committed to understanding—and overcoming—the challenges facing women and girls in our community. Through research, education and collaboration, they are making amazing strides to uncover and address the most important issues that shape women’s futures.

This initiative needed a powerful brand identity that matched its level of importance. Along with the team at The Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne, we brought their vision to life through a color pallet full of vitality, and a bold logo that represents opening essential conversations about womens’ equality and well-being.

Through our collaborative work, we carried the new identity through the additional graphics and messaging—creating a new brand platform, executive summary report, display banners, and press conference materials. We are proud of the impactful way the Women’s Fund of Greater Fort Wayne brand and initiative has evolved from a thought-through formation. We are excited for the future of women and girls in Fort Wayne, and we are proud to be a part of Moving What Matters.

To view the results and findings of the Allen County Women and Girl’s Study check out the overview here.

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