Published in the Alexandra and Eildon Standard, 2 April 2014
The Marysville and Triangle Community Foundation is looking for help in designing a new logo. To define their identity. The logo will be used on the Foundation’s website, and on all advertising and promotion material.
The Marysville and Triangle Community Foundation is a philanthropic organisation which enables local people to contribute to the long term benefit of the region by addressing local needs through grant making and encouraging philanthropy.
The Foundation was established using money from the Victorian Bushfire Appeal Fund, as a result of overwhelming support from the community during a consultation process conducted to determine how remaining public donations should be used.
Robyn Hill, the executive officer of the Foundation said that an office had been leased at the Visitor Information Centre complex at Marysville and was now staffed.
“Our vision is to build a legacy for a vibrant, healthy and resilient future across the communities of Murrindindi.
We now need to start our communications and marketing campaign but before we can do that, we need to come up with a logo that reflects who we are,” Ms Hill said.
The competition is open to anyone with a connection to the Murrindindi Shire. Submissions are required by May 14 and are to be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org or PO Box 42, Marysville 3779.
The board of the Foundation will look at all submissions received and select the design that best reflects the vision and purpose of the Foundation.
“We are hoping to receive entries from students, professionals and other community members. The successful designer will be acknowledged on our website and will receive $100 in a new Bendigo Bank account,” Ms Hill said.
Refer to the advertisement in this paper for more information.