International Alliance for Charitable Gifting of Real Estate Logo Design Contest

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International Alliance for Charitable Gifting of Real Estate has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 183 designs from 23 different designers from around the world.
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What We Do

Mission of the International Alliance for Charitable Gifting of Real Estate:

Provide Vetted Resources, Relationships, Education and Certification to Visionary Allies, Businesses, Property Owners, and Nonprofits to facilitate the Charitable Gifting of Real Estate.

Resulting in $1 Billion dollars donated to Nonprofits around the world by 2025.

Industry

Service Industries

Color Preferences

I have received feedback on our designs.

Giving is "two hands cupped together, maybe two cupped hands holding a house" instead as an image.

And let's try different colors of Cobalt blue and purple and gold.

I know this is very different direction, but comes from a fabulous resource:)

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

I will refer to this brand often as "The Alliance"

I LIKE the circle/emblem kind of feel of the styles I've chosen.

"The Alliance" is what I will call it

The Alliance is focused on real estate and charitable gifting to nonprofits, however there will be other "Allies" that are ancilary businesses like mortgage, sign companies, moving companies.... any business that is wanting to be a part of this movement and do business with real estate people and nonprofits.

I want it to be sophisticated, clean lines, The fonts I use in other logo's are: "Josefin sans" thin, regular and light.

The attachment is my business card that will be associated with this new brand also.

Themes

Luxury
Modern
Refined
Masculine
Simple
Adventure

Style Inspiration

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