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Visual Branding Call

Help Boston Area Rape Crisis Center by speaking with a member of their organization on the phone for 1 hour about their visual branding needs.

Posted February 14th

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Visual Branding Call

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What We'd Like To Talk About
Project topic
I'd like some help from a graphic designer on sorting out our organization colors. We have some conflicting color codes that I need advice on fixing!
Additional Context

The codes for one of our colors that I inherited don't seem to line up (CMYK seems not to match the PMS, and I am not sure we have the right HEX code), so I need help determining the correct codes for our brand/logo colors (I am not a designer, so this is challenging to make sense of!). I can provide our logo and the codes I have ahead of the call.

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About The Org

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Jessica A.

Marketing and Communications Manager

Our Mission

To end sexual violence through healing and social change.

What We Do

The Boston Area Rape Crisis Center provides free, confidential support and services to survivors of sexual violence ages 12 and up and their families and friends. We work with survivors of all genders from the immediate crisis after sexual violence to years and decades later, and our goal is to empower survivors to heal and seek justice in ways that are meaningful to them. We assist survivors as they navigate the health-care, criminal justice, social service, and school systems.

We also work with a wide range of organizations and communities, including high schools, colleges, police, health-care providers, and businesses, to advocate for change. We provide training in how to respond to survivors and create cultures that prevent sexual violence in the first place.

Our response and prevention programs are based on research and more than 45 years of direct service experience. We are frequently asked to provide expert testimony about potential policy and legislative solutions to preventing and responding to sexual violence. We also provide expert commentary in the media on these issues. We are powered by a staff of roughly 50 people and more than 200 volunteers from our communities.

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