A FABULOUS OPPORTUNITY FOR OUR STUDENTS TO DESIGN A LOGO FOR THE FRIENDS OF THE FRIARAGE HOSPITAL
10 February 2021 | G Denison
It is with great excitement that we can announce that the local charity, The Friends of the Friarage would love you to help them to redesign their logo and would like you to give their designer some inspiration from your designs. As a school we are so privileged to be asked by the local charity to take part in this design competition, the charity donates valuable time and fundraises for medical support, as well as running the shop in the hospital. In recent years they have helped to raise thousands of pounds for specialist eye equipment, an MRI scanner, ultrasound technology and other vital equipment and much more.
The closing date is not until Friday 19th February, so this would make a great half-term project. Your logo needs to stand out and be memorable. Why not start by looking at well known logos and brands for inspiration? The trustees of the charity will be selecting a sort list of ten of their favourites and awarding a £10 book voucher to the finalists. The students’ artwork will then be used to brief a designer to create the final design.
To stand a chance of your design inspiring the charity’s new branding please complete the application form HERE and email with a scan of the artwork of your logo to: email@example.com by 19th February.
Click HERE to find out more about the valuable work of the Friends of the Friarage Hospital and for further details on the competition, including the terms and conditions visit FRIENDS OF THE FRIARAGE
Susan Watson, joint chair of trustees for the Friends of the Friarage said: “Working with the local community is extremely important to us. With the NHS in the spotlight right now there has never been a more valuable time for us to look at our brand and ensure we are doing everything we can to support the Friarage Hospital.
“By recreating our logo, we want to develop a stronger brand so it’s more recognisable to local residents and build stronger relationships. School pupils are the future of the charity so it’s vital we engage with this younger audience and bring them on this journey to develop our look and feel. We can’t wait to see what the children create and hope it gives them a positive and fun task during lockdown.”