We build strong, respectful communities by responding to harm in ways that heal, hold accountable, and put right.
What We Do
Communities for Restorative Justice (C4RJ) is a growing nonprofit that partners with 24 cities and towns, their police departments, and the District Attorneys of Middlesex and Suffolk counties to rebuild trust and offer a path forward in the wake of crime. We listen to victims, hold offenders accountable, and restore trust in communities. Our volunteer-led "circle" dialogue is called restorative justice. It's personal. It's powerful. And it's why C4RJ is a proven, effective option within the justice system.
We are getting ready to celebrate our 20th anniversary in 2020. This logo will be highlighted at a major event, on fundraising appeals and on our website. The audience will be clients, donors and the broader communities that we work in.
Our main logo is a warm brown / orange color. In other publications we have used warm autumnal colors, as well as cooler blues to offset and emphasize in contrast to the warm color palette. When we use highlight or brighter colors they are usually yellow or blue.
Our Ideas and Additional Information:
The goal of this contest is to design a 20th anniversary logo for publications and an anniversary event. We hope to incorporate our current main logo into the 20th anniversary on our website, event invitations and signs as well as in our marketing materials.