Lighthouse Charities Logo Design Contest

Lighthouse Charities has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 182 designs from 30 different designers from around the world.
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lhc2020
United States

Slogan

Self reliance & second chances

What We Do

We are a non profit that assists refugee families in Las Vegas in job training and English language learning. Providing opportunity to at-risk individuals by helping them become an asset to the community.

Industry

Non-Profit

Color Preferences

Blue, white

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

Our current logo is found on our website at http://www.lighthousecharities.net. It's pretty broad and doesn't really speak to what it is we're doing with regards to refugee families. This is a labor of love, no one is making money at this. We're trying to find a logo that we can use on social media that will convey that we are helping people get on their feet and become contributing members of society. Refugees is a bit of a hot button topic right now in politics so it is a fine line we're walking. Many people have the concern that when a new refugee family is moved to our city, they will become a drain on public resources. Our mission is the exact opposite. We're trying to help people get on their feet and become a productive citizen. Thank you for your help!

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Simple
Necessity
Refined
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