Hubbard House, the domestic violence center serving Duval and Baker counties, unveils its new logo and Web site which it received as part of the national We Inspire Grant.
In February of 2010 the We Inspire Grant team announced that Hubbard House was selected out of four impressive finalists from all over the country including the Center for Human Services in Sedalia, Missouri, the Make-A-Wish Foundation of America, headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona and SKIP of New York from New York, New York, as the recipient of their national grant. The We Inspire Grant awarded Hubbard House up to $75,000 worth of creative marketing services including strategy development, a new brand identity, a new Web site and custom photography.
As a result of the grant, the Hubbard House logo has changed from teal to purple, which is the nationally recognized color of domestic violence awareness. In addition, it has a new font and now prominently displays the agency’s mission statement: Every Relationship Violence-Free.
Additionally, the Hubbard House Web site, www.hubbardhouse.org, had a complete overhaul. The new site is easier to navigate, more modern looking and helps better communicate all the programs and services Hubbard House provides to victims of domestic violence and their children.
“We are truly grateful to have been the recipient of the We Inspire Grant,” said Jami Gaff Bueker, Chief Development Officer at Hubbard House. “We know that the new logo and Web site created for us will help Hubbard House’s mission be better understood throughout the community.”
ABOUT WE INSPIRE: Emily Rawitsch is the Owner and Creative Director at Studio Orange Design, a national graphic design boutique that specializes in brand identity and integrated marketing communications. Tiffany Manning is the Owner of Tiffany Manning Photography, a commercial studio specializing in lifestyle, portrait, and fashion photography. Fred Boyle is the Owner of Subtle Technology, a web development company that partners with clients to find the best solutions to their particular marketing problems. You can visit We Inspire on the web at www.we-inspire.org or follow them on Twitter @weinspire.
ABOUT HUBBARD HOUSE: Founded as the first domestic violence shelter in Florida in 1976, Hubbard House is a certified, comprehensive domestic violence center providing programs and services to more than 6,000 women, children, and men annually in Duval and Baker counties. While Hubbard House is most known for its emergency shelter, the agency also provides extensive adult and youth outreach services, school-based education, therapeutic childcare, batterers’ intervention programs, court advocacy and volunteer and community education opportunities. Visit Hubbard House on the web at www.hubbardhouse.org or www.facebook.com/hubbardhouseinc or follow them on Twitter @HubbardHouse.
If you or someone you know is affected by domestic violence, Hubbard House can help. Please call the Hubbard House domestic violence hotline at (904) 314-3114 or toll-free at (800) 500-1119.