COMMON NAME. UNCOMMON MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS.
Putting a face to those in need.
Requiring ongoing support from donors to meet their client’s needs, nonprofit agency Jewish Family and Children’s Service appeals to potential donors by providing real-life scenarios of people in need that donors can identify with:
Holocaust Survivors—perhaps worse than Survivors’ memories of the Holocaust, are the memories that never happened, as illustrated by the die-cut missing picture and Survivor testimonial.
Critical Needs—JFCS has provided financial assistance and counseling for those suffering financial distress due to unemployment, special needs education costs, and rent increases.
Children—Whether being bullied, abused, in need of special needs facilities, or being raised in financially-distressed homes—JFCS provides the ongoing support and service they need to thrive.
A visual extension of your brand.
Corporate identity should go beyond just the logo and stationery. It should express an organization’s style, philosophy, and culture—how they want to be perceived among prospective clients and peers. Proper identity can differentiate an organization from it’s competitors, and build loyalty among clients.
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Open Arms Adoption Network Adoptive Parent Brochure
Open Arms Adoption Network—a program of JFCS of Greater Philadelphia—has been offering adoption services and pregnancy options counseling since 1855. They are well known in the community to be an agency with great integrity, fully committed to providing family focused and child-centered services. Smith helped Open Arms develop
Partial List of Clients
• Julian Krinsky Camps & Programs
• The Julian Krinsky Group
• Jewish Family and Children’s Services
• Alconox, Inc.
• Pennock Floral
• FigTree Environmental
• Open Arms Adoption
• Annual Reports
• Brochures, Sales Materials, Newsletters
• Corporate Identity
• Graphic Design
• Tradeshow and Display Graphics
• Website Design
• E-Mail Campaigns
• Stacy Clark Marketing
• GrayHair Software
• Wisler Pearlstine, LLP
• Anapol Schwartz
• Begley, Carlin & Mandio