Fair Start Movement Logo Design Contest

Fair Start Movement has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 185 designs from 33 different designers from around the world.
Contest
Logo Design Brief
fairstartorg
United States

What We Do

The Fair Start Movement is the convergence of
social, eco, and reproductive justice to ensure every child a fair start in life. Our current policies are focused on short-term and unsustainable economic growth with damaging ecological consequences. Instead, we advocate for child-centered policies made to improve equity, and to promote smaller, more sustainable families not only to reduce impact on the planet, but enable parents and communities to invest more resources in each child. Every child has a right to a fair start with a healthy environment. Our target audience is policy makers, funders, coalition partners, and those who care about creating an equitable, sustainable future for all children.

Industry

Non-Profit

Color Preferences

We would like to keep our current colors and ideally the font for continuity from our old brand. The colors are #01a8cc and #01a17d. I don't have the exact font name, but very a close match is called Belgika 8th. You can see the old logo on havingkids.org.

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

Some concepts that the logo may encompass are community, nurturing, equity, infancy, and ecology. Yes, it's a complex idea.

One path we are particularly interested in is the idea of equity expressed with different sized hands.

Or perhaps something metaphorical like a seedling.

This is one idea we kind of like, but feel free to go in another direction:
https://www.shutterstock.com/image-vector/community-concept-pictogram-showing-figures-happy-559895728

Themes

Simple
Necessity
Modern

Style Inspiration

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