They worked along side us to complete a poster we were happy with and captures our organisation, our values and what we do. Thank-you
Michelle Ingram did a great job ...she was amazingly patient and helpful. I will definitely use Michelle's expertise in the future to design more projects to keep things cohesive.
Thankyou Michelle, from Michelle Ariss
Excellent work and very easy to work with.
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zero2hero is a Perth based not-for-profit organisation committed to the prevention of suicide.
Since 2009 we have hosted a variety events, raising funds and awareness, that has contributed to the prevention of this issue.
In 2012, we are focusing on the prevention of youth suicide, and are providing children with a space to communicate and to challenge themselves and their assumptions. We aim to create a world where children are not a product of their past, and that their full potential is fulfilled.
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We need for a poster/flyer for our next event being hosted in schools around Western Australia. This flyer is to attract student aged 13-17 and also be acceptable to parents, teachers and the general school community. Must be bright and reflect our organisation.
We loved the event flyer we had designed for last years event and this is attached. We would not mind if this flyer is adjusted for a younger audience.
The details of the event are below:
zero2hero Day (Title of the event)
Dress Up. Stand Up. Speak Up. (tagline)
Date: Friday 21st September
Venue: at all participating schools
Attire: Casual dress
Cost: Gold coin donation from each student
Supporting Youth Focus and zero2hero
Further information regarding the day (NOT REQUIRED ON THE FLYER) is:
On Friday September 21st 2012 we are hosting the inaugural zero2hero Day at only a few selected high schools in Western Australia. The Day is encouraging students to openly discuss Youth Suicide the effects of bullying, anxiety and depression. Healthy communication about these topics can in fact prevent them it also gives students and teachers the freedom to express their thoughts on these issues, reducing the stigma associated with them.
Each participating school will be provided with the information required
to host the day and also have the opportunity for a zero2hero team member and Perth 'celebrity' to come and visit their school to run a workshop, talk at an assembly or speak with individual classes or groups.
Participation in the Day requires a gold coin donation and each
participating student can wear casual clothes. The funds raised will
support Youth Focus and the 2013 zero2hero camp.
Zero2hero Day aims to be just as recognised as Red Nose day, Daffodil Day and Jeans for Genes Day within the near future. The day is currently a West Australian initiative however aims to be a national event by 2015.