Child and Family Services of Buffalo — What’s in a logo?

Does your logo say clearly what you want? Child and Family Services of Buffalo’s logo is representative of a whole family, which is who they serve. Buffalo Design and Printing recently designed the Child and Family Services’ end-of-year appeal, creatively incorporating their logo on the front of the trifold brochure, showing a family surrounded by supporters. One of the faces was die-cut and opened to the other side as the letter “O” in the word “YOU” to answer the question from the cover. Colors from their website and logo were used, along with photos placed alongside moving stories of families who were helped by Child and Family Services. A matching response card and envelopes completed the package. We are pleased to hear that they exceeded their goal and donations are still trickling in through the end of January!

For more than 140 years, Child and Family Services has dedicated its resources to meet the needs of children and families. One of Western New York’s oldest human service agencies, Child and Family Services fosters safe and healthy environments for children and families in local homes, schools, workplaces and communities. They provide individual and family counseling and mediation, as well as foster care and adoption opportunities. The affiliated Stanley G. Falk School provides educational programming for students aged 5-21 years, who have special learning, social, and emotional needs, and Haven House works to prevent domestic violence/intimate partner violence and promote peace in the home. As their Mission Statement says, “Child and Family Services strengthens families and promotes the well-being of children through prevention, intervention, education and advocacy.” To find out more, visit www.cfsbny.org.

Buffalo Design and Printing works with many non-profits. Contact us today to see how we may be of service to your organization as well.

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