At its recent Donor Appreciation Event and community presentation with guest speaker, For All Seasons revealed its new brand – debuting a new logo, website, and promotional materials.
According to Beth Anne Langrell, Chief Executive Officer, “The new visual identity represents the healing nature of change in our lives. Like the tides of Eastern Shore, we all experience the seasons of change: times of challenge and times of calm – just as the waves in our logo suggest.”
She adds, “For All Seasons helps individuals and families throughout all these moments – from the most joyful to the most somber. Our agency is strong and experienced, and we proudly serve ALL people, regardless of age or background or even the ability to pay. Our new logo also reflects this.”
According to Katie Theeke, Vice President of Marketing and Communications, Rockfish Media Group took the lead in designing For All Seasons new branding, website, and printed material. She comments, “We love the new look that Haley Geller and Melissa Grimes-Guy at Rockfish Media created. They hit it out of the park!”
For All Seasons has grown over the past several years to accommodate the mental health needs of the Mid Shore. The new branding reflects the growth and change at the agency and strengthens the message brought to the community of help, hope, and healing.
For further information about For All Seasons services, contact For All Seasons at 410-822-1018 or visit forallseasonsinc.org.
For All Seasons serves Caroline, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne, and Talbot counties. For All Seasons Rape Crisis Center offers certified sexual assault victim advocates; counseling and support groups, free and confidential services in English and Spanish, support in the hospital, police department, and court, and referrals to social and legal services. For All Seasons English Hotline is 1-800-310-RAPE (7273) and Spanish Hotline is 410-829-6143.
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