UNIT partners is excitied to annouce two great new clients to the family, San Francisco Ronald McDonald House and United Way of Greater Los Angeles. We’re proud to have the opportunity to develop relevant and effective branded solutions for such prestigious organizations. Their inidvidual missions are integral to their communities success, growth, and support.

 

UNIT is supporting the San Francisco Ronald McDonald House with strategic branding and graphic design support for their 2013 Home Away from Home Annual Gala. UNIT has developed the event identity and is currently developing the overal visual brand accross the various invitations, event collateral, and signage.

 

The United Way of Greater Los Angeles has engaged UNIT to support the design of marketing collateral that is crucial to achieving their fundraising goals.

 

We look forward to a long lasting partnership with both organizations.

 

About the San Francisco Ronald McDonald House:

The Ronald McDonald House offers a temporary home-away-from-home for families with a critically ill or injured child receiving treatment at a San Francisco hospital.

 

Because of the services provided by the Ronald McDonald House, families do not have to spend their days and nights in crowded waiting rooms or in the isolation of expensive hotel rooms. Instead, they are able to bond with others in similar situations. Families utilize the services of our ten-bedroom Ronald McDonald House, located at 1640 Scott Street, and two Hospital Based Programs located within UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital at Parnassus Campus. Both programs work to fulfill the Ronald McDonald House mission to provide a safe haven for critically ill children and their families.

 

About the United Way of Greater Los Angeles:

United Way of Greater Los Angeles is committed to creating pathways out of poverty so that everyone who lives in our communities can have a better quality of life. We are focused on providing long-term solutions in the three interconnected areas which are the root causes of poverty:

 

• Helping people have access to permanent housing with supportive services

• Helping students graduate from high school prepared for college and the workplace

• Helping people become financially stable

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