Talented team with Down’s Syndrome create new look for charity – Charity Today News

Joe Tranter, Sean Browne, Jodie Fitzpatrick who designed the new logo as part of a work experience project.

A creative team who all have Down’s syndrome have produced new branding to launch Down Syndrome Cheshire as part of a unique work experience project. The Charity, formally known as Cheshire Down’s Syndrome Support Group, turned to its talented members for the relaunch in partnership with a local firm.

The project, funded by Global’s Make Some Noise, involved the group working with Down Syndrome Cheshire CEO Lawrence Caygill and Philip Neave from the design firm to establish a fresh new look for the organisation depicting stepping-stones to represent their mission to empower people with Down’s syndrome to unlock their potential, lead happy and fulfilling lives by changing perceptions, creating opportunities and educating the wider community.

The new design, which was established over a three-month period, in consultation with the group who expressed their ideas to develop the branding and message, has finally been revealed.

Read more at: https://www.charitytoday.co.uk/talented-team-with-downs-syndrome-create-new-look-for-charity/

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