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More Than a Shelter
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Community & Non-Profit
Harbor House works to prevent and eliminate domestic abuse in Central Florida by providing critical life-saving services to survivors, implementing and advancing best practices, and educating and engaging the community in a united front. We work to provide an atmosphere that is calm, safe, and serene for survivors of domestic abuse to find healing and wholeness. Our target audience spans all ages, races, and socioeconomic backgrounds. We want to make everyone aware of what abuse is, and how to get safe.
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Light green, teal blue, light purple, dark purple, light gray
First and foremost, we do not want a roof or house image in our logo. Harbor House opened in 1976 as a safe haven for survivors of domestic abuse. Today, innovation and evolution have transformed Harbor House into a significant resource that makes the agency so much more than a shelter – the only state-certified one in Orange County Florida. Harbor House takes a holistic approach – blending intervention, awareness and prevention – to end domestic abuse. We adopt programs whose effects can be measured and analyzed, and most importantly, replicated. Our focus on community-wide systemic and social change to strengthen families and make communities safer has put us at the forefront of domestic abuse highlighted by the following features: • A 110-bed Emergency Shelter open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, for women, men and children who are survivors of domestic abuse. • A community promise to never turn away any survivor who seeks safety. • The only domestic abuse center in the state of Florida with a day-care and a kennel, essential elements to ensure that all family members will be safe and can heal and thrive. • A 24-hour crisis hotline that answers more than 6,400 calls a year, a soothing voice of hope with a wealth of resources for those in acute need. • Legal advocacy at the courthouse 24/7 to help survivors with injunctions and other court services. • Outreach with a bedrock of counseling, education, safety planning and community-based housing. • Prevention that begins as early as pre-K, continuing through high school, teaching about healthy relationships, bullying and safe bystander intervention. Today, Harbor House is a dynamic community resource – and we want a branding and messaging to capture the powerful and positive programs at the heart of the agency, and to propel its prominence and influence. Simply put, we want the rebranding of Harbor House to help change the community conversation so that domestic abuse is less stigmatized and more openly discussed, not as a family matter but a community problem that must be addressed from all angles. In other words, a change when domestic abuse can be talked about as openly as breast cancer. Ideally, this rebranding will help change perceptions in the community so that survivors are seen as prisoners in their own home, not being able to leave at any time – and that when they leave, they are not seen as homeless but as refugees. Such a shift in perceptions would deem domestic abuse as a leading cause of problems for children (mental/educational/behavioral deficiencies, teenage pregnancy, truancy, and criminal behaviors, and as the root of intergenerational abuse, with youngsters learning to be the abuser or the abused). With rebranding and this change in culture, we expect more survivors to take advantage of our breadth of services; engage more active bystanders (first responders, health-care professionals and faith leaders) to recognize domestic abuse, respond to it effectively and refer survivors to safety; engage more businesses to focus on domestic violence in the workplace and keep communities safer; and increase Harbor House’s influence with community initiatives and public policy. We want the rebrand to include targeted materials for our multicultural community, to extend the conversation to all socioeconomic groups. We want to keep people informed and engaged about what we’re doing, targeting our message to the right people at the right time – and to make Harbor House the epicenter of prevention and awareness. We want to position Harbor House in a way that strengthens us as the subject matter expert in Central Florida – and beyond. We want a rebrand to enhance Harbor House as a source of trust, which equates to a more attractive option to survivors in crisis – and to potential donors who could support us.
$1,299 Gold package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Logo & brand identity pack starts at $599.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their logo & brand identity pack.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
KFischer collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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