Non-profits are clients of a different breed. They come in all shapes and sizes, but the connecting thread between them is that they work for the greater good, and we dig that!
We know that passion is what supports a non-profit's cause, and we aim to provide clients with the tools to communicate that passion in a way that resonates down deep with their target audience.
Scroll down to see examples of how we've collaborated with like-minded partners in arts & culture, education, science, and philanthropy to reach new supporters through brand strategy, design and digital marketing.
The John Templeton Foundation aims to advance human well-being by supporting research that advances spiritual and scientific progress. With an eye towards the future, JTF collaborated with Push10 to clarify & refine key brand definition statements, define core audiences, and build a bold new conceptual brand with infinite applications across digital and printed mediums.
Knowles Science Teaching Foundation is a nonprofit organization that supports teachers as the primary leaders of educational improvement through fellowship programs that build community, facilitate collaboration, and invite innovation. After years of distributing their annual report in printed or pdf format, KTSF approached Push10 to create a long-scroll microsite for their 2016 year-end summary.
Providence Forum is a nonprofit organization that exists to encourage intergenerational conversation surrounding the founding beliefs of our nation. Push10 helped define opportunities to engage with a new generation while building a new comprehensive brand identity.
As a philanthropic consulting company, Geneva Global makes an extraordinary impact worldwide through innovative international development. Push10 worked with Geneva Global to build a unique website that communicates the company's comprehensive services, visionary approach, and thought leadership using memorable visuals and compelling case studies.
The previous Jack Miller Center website was full of great content about American history and political thought, but it was stifled by a poor user experience. We collaborated with the team at JMC to structure and plan a new website, organize their existing content, and make room for future growth.