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By Trevor Roberts
December 17, 2012

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Creative Partnership with FH


One of the best things about what we do is getting to partner with nonprofits doing incredible work around the world.

Take Food for the Hungry (FH) for example. FH is a Christian organization that serves the poor globally through short-term emergency relief and long-term work to end world hunger.

We recently redesigned their FH Bloggers website, which focuses on their blog trips and the ways bloggers can get involved in their work. We customized the site to be more image-driven and mobile-friendly, and absolutely love the way it turned out!

Check out FHBloggers.org >


We also worked with FH to develop a unique new way for churches and small groups to celebrate Christmas. It’s called the Hope Tree.

Here’s how it works: A church or small group sets up a Christmas tree and decorates it with the Hope Tree kit sent free of charge by FH. It includes decorative ribbons, a tree topper, and the most lovely ornaments you’ll ever see—photos of children around the world waiting for sponsorship. Throughout the Christmas season, people are invited to sponsor children from the tree, and everyone celebrates as the tree becomes progressively un-decorated—because it means children have found loving sponsors.

We were thrilled to work with FH to bring this idea to life. We designed and created the star tree topper, printed ribbons, and packaging for a total of 15 complete kits. They came together beautifully!

     

These projects are prime examples of how we work with clients to accomplish their vision and goals in unique and creative ways.

We love the opportunity to come alongside organizations and companies to help them think outside the box, and we always strive to go the extra mile to provide the best service possible.

Let us know if you have an idea that we can help bring to life!
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