The Ladipo Group
Sourcing Just the Right Images
The Ladipo Group is a Black-owned company dedicated to the emotional wellness of Black and African-American people and communities. In our communities there has been stigma against therapy and mental health support for many generations. In 2004 The Ladipo Group was founded to increase access to Black therapists and decrease the stigma of mental health treatment.
Designing a Functional, Secure Portal
Propel America is a nonprofit organization that helps young adults move from high school into a career and higher education. They connect high schools, job training organizations, and community colleges, local employers, and experienced mentors to build a clear path forward for students.
Propel has been able to serve students in New York City, New Orleans and across Louisiana and locally in Camden, NJ. Their efforts have led to increased rates of reading proficiency, high school diplomacy, and students entering higher education institutions.
The Alice Paul Institute
Designing for a Diverse Audience
The Alice Paul Institute is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 corporation based in Mount Laurel, New Jersey at Alice Paul’s birthplace, Paulsdale. API was founded in 1984 as the Alice Paul Centennial Foundation to commemorate the centennial of Alice Paul’s 1885 birth. It was an all-volunteer effort until 2000. Today, seven paid staff, dozens of volunteers, and a board of directors oversee the Institute’s activities.
Camden Education Fund
The Camden Education Fund (CEF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to accelerating progress in Camden’s public school system.
CEF works with families, school partners, and community leaders to identify citywide needs in education. CEF then provides grants and develops strategic partnerships to address these citywide needs. Grantees may include schools, non-profits, and universities.
Boys & Girls Club of Atlantic City
Building a Brand-Consistent Color Palette
The Boys & Girls Club of Atlantic City provides resources for the development of young people, from all backgrounds – to realize their full potential as responsible & caring adults.
- Serves as a safe-haven for children after-school and during the summer months
- Creates an environment for youth to learn and grow, from ages 6 to 18
- Enables families to work, ensuring children cared for while receiving education and cultural enrichment
- Fosters ongoing relationships with professional role models
- Provides life-enhancing programs and character development experiences for children every day
- Creates opportunities for young people to explore new careers, industries, cultures, and ideas
- Stimulates the imaginations of the next generation
- Provides hope for families across the Atlantic County region
Creating a Compelling Call to Action
Konekte ( kon’ek-teh ) means to connect, in Haitian Creole. We partner with schools and the community in the Ganthier region of Haiti to develop and fund educational programs empowering children and building the next generation of skilled Haitian men and women.
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