MIDDLETOWN, RI – February 29, 2024 – Lucy’s Hearth, a leading 24-hour facility providing crucial programs and shelter services to children and families experiencing homelessness, is thrilled to announce a logo design contest in celebration of its 40th anniversary. This exciting competition invites the public to contribute their creativity and talent by designing graphic elements that will play a pivotal role in supporting Lucy’s Hearth’s visual identity.
Lucy’s Hearth is dedicated to offering wraparound services tailored to individual needs, assisting families in regaining self-sufficiency and acquiring the skills necessary to break free from homelessness permanently.
To enter the Design Contest, eligible participants must:
- Review the Logo Design Contest Official Rules and Guidelines (click here).
- Complete the Official Entry Form:
- Create a design in .jpeg or .pdf formats (If you are chosen as a winner, you must be able to provide a high-resolution vector file, e.g., in Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, or InDesign).
- Use colors that are part of the official Lucy’s Hearth color palette, contestants may choose to use additional complementary colors adopted upon selection.
- Submit your artwork to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 5/31/2024. Submissions can also be shared via Google Drive, One Drive, Dropbox, or other file-sharing links, ensuring they are accessible to the email address mentioned.
Lucy’s Hearth encourages everyone, regardless of artistic background, to participate in this contest and contribute to a meaningful cause. The winning design will not only be a symbol of the 40th anniversary but also a representation of the collective effort to support families in need.
About Lucy’s Hearth: Lucy’s Hearth is a 24-hour facility dedicated to providing programs and shelter services to children and families experiencing homelessness. Committed to individualized care and support, Lucy’s Hearth empowers families to regain self-sufficiency and acquire the skills needed to break the cycle of homelessness. For more information, visit www.lucyshearth.org.