Design Services for Your Fundraising Campaign – Wreaths Across America Spotlight
Whether it’s tweaking an Organizer’s original hand-drawn concept, or creating a powerful original shirt design from scratch– Booster offers custom design services for your fundraising campaign to help take a design concept and upgrade it to the next level. Booster’s in house design team take requests from the Design Lab where campaign Organizers can choose between editing a pre-existing design, submitting a design form for the design team to modify, or creating a completely new shirt design.
The design request form is available for organizers who want to incorporate a compelling new shirt design, but lack the skills and resources that Booster’s design team offers. Our talented artists will take a picture or concept you submit and put together a design that they think best embodies your request. Each week we are going to feature a campaign that benefited from the creative assistance of our Booster designers.
Keep reading to learn more about this week’s transformation!
Wreaths Across America – America Strong
Wreaths Across America is a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to remembering and honoring America’s fallen heroes with wreath-laying ceremonies. Though these wreaths are important in showing America’s appreciation to veterans and their families, WAA receives no government funding and must rely on donations to continue honoring those who served our nation. WAA turned to Booster for help fundraising, and have now run several successful campaigns over the past few years.
WAA came to Booster with an idea for a July 4th campaign. With help from Designer Jess, their initial idea was transformed by incorporating WAA’s mission, “remember, honor, teach,” into a more patriotic design for the holiday. The hope was for Supporters to wear the shirt with pride on Independence Day as they help honor veterans in their communities. WAA pledged to place a wreath on a veteran’s headstone for every $15 raised.
This campaign ended up raising over $1500, which was enough to generously sponsor 100 wreaths.
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