Print Materials Design

Posted by
Samuel D.

Volunteer Manager

Posted Date
Nov 26, 2018
Location
Virtual volunteer opportunity
Print Materials Design
Impact statement
This project will save us $3,607 , allowing us to Invest the funds in running our annual camps and creating satellite laser centers for burn survivors, even ones with old scars.

Project Details

What We Need
  • Designs for a pre-determined number of marketing or communications materials (examples: one-pager/fact sheets, case studies, fundraising collateral, event invitations, annual reports, and pamphlets)
  • Templates with accurate, print-ready specifications
  • Note: This project does not include printing
Additional Details

OY, I have a letter for holiday fundraising that is unique ( attaching a $2 bill that has had Jefferson's eyes lasered. ( We are launching peds laser centers for burned kids in several countries ) I do not know how to make its presentation so compelling that potential donor would write the check.

Review/revamp our trifold that would accompany it.

Design a new trifold directed to plastic surgeons and dermatologists and Medical Device Manufacturers and Medical supply vendors who would be willing to donate used lasers and their time

Fast turnaround needed.

What We Have In Place
  • We currently have letter draft and sample brochures, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have tons of compelling images of children but i never know how intense they should be., and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help

Our holiday fundraising competes with much better established charities. We need the $2 bill campaign to work or lose credibility and the ability to meet our funding needs

Launching a new concept requires concise instructions for letter ( holding it up to the light to see the subtle but powerful effect of the laser.

Our IPEARLS brochure is 3 years old. Not sure it retains impact.

Asking MDs to donate their lasers and time is a new concept and must be couched in language and style that they are accustomed to.

Project Plan

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Prep: Distribution of Prep Materials
  • Volunteer Manager provides the Professional with a budget for print materials, finalized copy, high-resolution logo, and any visual branding guidelines to be utilized
  • Volunteer Manager also provides images for desired deliverables (if applicable), examples of existing marketing materials and links to online presence (website and social media)
  • Volunteer Manager shares Brand Messaging guidelines (if applicable)
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Milestone 1: Preliminary Concepts
  • Professional and Volunteer Manager discuss how print materials will be utilized, target audience, and style preferences
  • Professional develops preliminary sketches, and garners feedback from Volunteer Manager
2
Milestone 2: Graphic Creation
  • Professional drafts print materials, and incorporates any feedback into the final product
3
Milestone 3: Final Draft
  • Professional delivers the final versions in the desired electronic format
  • Professional provides guidance on printing specifications (colors, size, etc.)
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About The Org

Our Mission

"Because no child should live with burn scars." - Sam Davis, Founder

We work to help pediatric burn survivors around the world face the challenges of recovery, rehabilitation, and reintegration.

We believe the best way to do this is through Burn Camps, recreational camp experiences where children with burns learn how to build self-confidence, make new friends, and just be kids again.

Our three burn camps are operated by volunteers and funded by donors. We also help ensure that burn survivors receive proper care, and adequate compensation; both crucial for a return to a stable and productive life.

What We Do

Support burn survivors, as they face the challenges of recovery, rehabilitation, and reintegration.

Whether caused by a house fire, scalding cooking fluid, or an insurgent's explosive device - serious burn injuries have devastating consequences. Physical disfigurement and emotional scars make the recovery process a long and painful one. Although the "outside" scars require several complex surgeries, the "inside" scars are much more difficult to heal.

We believe that Burn Camps are the best way to support young burn survivors, as they learn to cope with their new lives. In the course of 4 fun-filled days, campers build self-confidence, make new friends, and set the scars aside in favor of ballgames, drum circles, surf lessons and unforgettable camp experiences.

For some campers it may be the first independent encounter with other burn survivors, a step that requires courage and self-acceptance. For others it may be part of a long rehabilitation process, as they mature from campers to counselors. Yet for all it is a refuge where they are not judge or defined by their appearance. It is a place where they can be children, free of worries and focused on having fun.

Burn Camps have also been the subject of much academic research - numerous peer reviewed studies have demonstrated decreased isolation, improved self-esteem, improved teamwork, promotion of coping skills and improved social skills after burn camp participation.

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