Resiliency Project Foundation Logo Design Contest

Resiliency Project Foundation has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 185 designs from 35 different designers from around the world.
Contest
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Lwheine
United States

What We Do

We are a non-profit with a mission to open doors to expand options and create access to comprehensive integrated mental health research, education, and services for teens and young adults to inspire hope and empower the joy of LIVING

Mental health is a silent health epidemic directly impacting 80% of the world’s population experiencing at least 1 episode in their lifetime. Teens and young adults are particularly vulnerable and at highest risk to fail traditional medical management.

The Resiliency Project Foundation was founded to provide funds to support innovative research and programs that explore holistic mental health approaches as well as ensuring affordable program access to teens and young adults. The research and services encompass prevention, treatment and management in order to promote lifelong mental health.

Industry

Non-Profit

Color Preferences

Purple, green or orange with grey

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

Things that represent or are symbolic of strength, support, resilience, and/or caring.

Themes

Simple
Modern
Secure

Style Inspiration

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Discussion

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Lwheine
United States
Love the color combination but not the symbol of a heart - confusing with heart health non-profits. Like the person integrated into the logo. Can we have the person supported or integrated with something supportive or foundational...maybe a hand or hands or something that represents lifting up. Can be abstract image with the person as well - circles, foundation, etc. Thanks!
1 month ago