Sasha’s Hope is a new child-trafficking prevention initiative of Fixed Point Foundation. http://www.fixed-point.org/ The mission of Sasha’s Hope is to raise awareness to the plight of orphans in Eastern Europe in the hope of ultimately finding them homes. Since these orphans are typically forced out of the orphanages and onto the streets at the age of 16 with nowhere to go, they frequently fall into crime, drug addiction, prostitution, and suicide. We will seek to find homes for these children before they age out of the orphanage system. The focus is on children who are desperate for parents rather than parents who are desperate for children.
To be clear, we are not establishing an adoption agency. When someone expresses interest in adopting a child, we will direct them to agencies like Lifeline Children Services who can then lead them through the process. If adopting is not within the realm of possibility, anyone can support the work through donating – either for a specific adoption or for the mission in general. Our desire for this logo is to create confidence for people are navigating this process and making these decisions.
The logo needs to be reassuring, strong, not delicate and emotional.
This logo should be designed for potential adoptive parents might be parents who are not necessarily seeking to adopt but may find that the stories of these children move them to want to make a difference. Donors would simply want to give to a ministry initiative that gives such a child the hope of a new life.
You should remember that this logo is really designed for the parents and to their ability to make a difference in another human being’s life.
The ministry of Sasha’s Hope was born as a result of our director’s book, The Grace Effect, which recounts the remarkable adoption story of Sasha from Ukraine.
As Sasha, who the organization is named for and is herself a rescued adopted child said: "I want to tell people that every child deserves parents. I want to tell them that everybody deserves hope."
The colors should be bold and have stable typography to complement the mark. The mark and typography should work both as a small mark and should be able to be stitched simply through embroidery. Though this mark can have multiple colors it should be able to work just as effectively with one color.