Partnership for Children of the Foothills unveils new logo crafted by local students

Published 12:06 pm Friday, February 9, 2024

The Partnership for Children of the Foothills recently announced the launch of a new logo, a product of the creative collaboration with the talented students at Isothermal College’s graphic design program. Under the guidance of their dedicated teacher, Zack Freeman, the students embarked on a journey to visually redefine the organization’s identity.

Freeman shared his enthusiasm for the project, stating, “Working with Partnership for Children of the Foothills was a great opportunity for the graphic design students. It allowed them real-life experience working with a local business. They were able to go through the entire creative process, including listening to and creating their ideas and getting feedback while working toward a finished product.”

The new logo serves as a visual representation of the organization’s dedication to nurturing and supporting the children and families within the community.

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Barry Gold, Executive Director of Partnership for Children of the Foothills, expressed his excitement about the logo transformation, saying, “Our organization is committed to providing unparalleled support to the children in our community. We believe this new logo will resonate strongly with our community and help us better connect with those we aim to assist.”

Partnership for Children of the Foothills provides programs for children ages 0-5 and their families in the areas of childcare, education and family support. For more information, visit: PFCFoothills.org

 

Submitted by Desiree Magnant