Logo and Branding
Honey Oil Flyer
Embers of Hope Camp
Logo and BrandingThe non-profit, Fire and Burn Foundation works to prevent and educate the public about burn injuries and also helps support victims. The Foundation was once known as the Burn Institute/Inland Empire and we helped with their name change. Once the new name was chosen we designed the new logo and other branding elements.
Ready!Set!Go! GuideIn collaboration with the Fire and Burn Foundation, Southern California Gas Company and regional fire departments, we put together this informational brochure. It offers residents the information they need to better protect their home and what to do in the event of a fire. We did the layout and design, collected photographs for use from a variety of fire departments, helped write the copy and managed the printing. The free brochure is distributed to residents by a variety of agencies in Southern California.
Honey Oil FlyerWe collaborated with the Fire and Burn Foundation, the Contra Costa County Fire Department, and other agencies to help increase awareness of this dangerous trend. Honey Oil is the residue created when parts of the marijuana plant are soaked in a solvent, or blasted with butane gas. It has become popular because it produces an extremely potent high, but the process of making it is extraordinarily dangerous. Fumes can cause a blast capable of destroying a 3-bedroom home. There is NO way to manufacture it safely. We helped with research, wrote the copy, designed the flyer and managed the printing.
Embers of Hope Camp
For more than ten years, the Fire and Burn Foundation has run a four-day, three-night winter camp in the San Bernardino Mountains for burn-injured children aged 5-to-17. The camp is free of charge for children from Riverside, San Bernardino, Inyo and Mono Counties. Our first task was to create a new logo for the camp which echoed the Fire and Burn Foundation logo.
Our second project was to create a brochure that not only explained the camp to prospective families of campers but also to donors who might be willing to support the annual effort.
We used actual photos of past campers enjoying the retreat, listed all the camp activities and explained how valuable the experience is for children recovering from the physical and emotional toll burn injuries take. To separate the information from actual fund raising requests we included inserts that potential donors would see and use. We did the entire design, selected photos, wrote the copy, and managed the printing.