Community Uplift Partnership Logo Design Contest

Community Uplift Partnership has selected their winning logo design.

For $575 they received 167 designs from 23 different designers from around the world.
Contest
Logo Design Brief
cupcolorado
United States

Slogan

Filling Up & Pouring Out!

What We Do

Community Uplift Partnership (CUP) is a non-profit. We strengthen young adults in our community. We operate non-profit coffee shops to help with life and job skills. We have four coffee houses that all have their own name.
BUT our main nonprofit logo for CUP needs a revamp so that it can connect to our family of coffee houses.

Industry

Non-Profit

Color Preferences

Currently our colors are orange and blue but we are looking for a new color palette. We do gravitate towards the Navy/Neutral Black colors with camel/tan accents.

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

Trying to avoid the typical nonprofit logo. Think about modern cool young adults wanting to be associated with our organization and proud to wear a shirt that says CUP or great typography with Community Uplift Partnership. Empasis on UP or Uplift. Think Modern Cool Coffee Shop.

UPDATE: We are looking for a logo that includes a spilling cup. See the uploaded images. We are fine using just the word CUP or the entire name spelled out.

We need a few options
1. a single icon
2. round icons
3. water marks
4 and a full logo with our name or CUP it along with the slogan


Visit our website www.cupcolorado.org to get a feel for what we do with young people. We empower our city by strengthening our young people. We are in the middle of redefining our vision/mission and branding.

Themes

Simple
Colorful
Modern

Style Inspiration

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