18th July 2017Blog
When we heard that MASH needed some help, we stepped up immediately.
MASH, alongside two other leading Manchester charities – Manchester and Trafford Rape Crisis – secured funding from Lloyds Bank Foundation to carry out research into the experiences of women survivors of sexual violence – Voices of Survivors. VOS aims to create a network of organisations across Greater Manchester so women know where to turn for help.
VOS needed an experienced and knowledgeable team to create a logo and brand to help VOS reach as many women as possible. At Lynx, each employee is given a volunteer day to support a charity of their choice, so MASH were thrilled when a few members of our Creative team offered to help.
The relationship with MASH started at our Christmas charity fair, and we were delighted when we had a number of people pledge their time to help out the team. Since then, a small creative team (David Whitfield, Christian Brown and Janneke Earl) has committed to helping develop the brand.
The result of the collaboration thus far is a fantastic logo that is clean, simple and effective, deftly conveying both conversation and listening, key elements at the core of the VOS project. We’re looking forward to further collaboration between the two teams and developing the MASH brand.
The logo can been seen on the VOS website