One Child Matters
October 18, 2012 § Leave a comment
Today is a very important day for the organization I work for because -insert drum roll here- we changed our name! Yep, that’s right, we went from Mission of Mercy to One Child Matters.
While I’d rather love to claim I designed our new logo, the truth is I did not. But I have designed a number of pieces associated with the new brand. Check out the website splash pages for example: www.onechildmatters.org. (Many have asked to see some of my design work. Well, here’s your chance!)
What’s more important than a redesign? How about the reason behind the redesign?
Our organization is centered around these precious faces:
So isn’t One Child Matters rather appropriate? For me, this is the child that matters:
This is Lenhle, from Swaziland. She just turned five, and from the looks of it, she’s quite the little dynamo. Her mother has passed away, but thankfully her father is still alive and willing to nurture and take care of her.
I could spend the next half hour explaining to you the passion I have for the organization I work for, the work they accomplish, and the lives that they (and ultimately we) change, but instead I want you to discover it for yourself. Whereas you’d usually spend the next five minutes reading my post, instead visit One Child Matters’ website (or Facebook– whichever is more your style) and uncover the joys behind changing a child’s life through sponsorship.
And since you’re already into reading blogs, I know you would so enjoying reading the amazing stories of lives changed: One Child Matters Blog.
Thanks for the taking the time to read a little about what’s important in my life.