As we move steadily into the season of giving, we celebrate the organizations we’ve partnered with in the past and those with whom we are currently working — all playing a part in bettering the world and the people in it.
Whether it’s providing clean water to small villages, helping children heal from trauma, supporting research to fight cancer, bringing an end to human slavery, or ensuring local families are nourished and have holiday gifts for their children, Hornall Anderson’s global team has invested hours of time, passion and energy—both professional and personal—doing our part to make a difference.
So, in the spirit of changing the world one cause at a time, we want to give a shout out to these partners:
Amaze Brighton (UK)
Currently, our UK team is working closely with UK-based, Amaze Brighton to create a memorable fundraising campaign that will enable them to grow and help more families by offering support to parents and caregivers of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities.
The leading experts on victims of human trafficking worldwide, the Tronie Foundation is a survivor-led global organization that has been advocating for more than 15 years on behalf of those at risk of exploitation. Through their Global Survivor Network, they have worked with survivors in five continents and approximately 20 countries. We most recently created a brand video to help them spread their message around the world.
Over the past few years, we’ve partnered with Fred Hutch to create a complete brand experience for the Obliteride fundraiser to further develop Obliteride as both an annual event and designed to mobilize more participants—cyclists, volunteers, and donors—and raise money for research. In addition, many of our teammates have participated as cyclists, event volunteers, and individual donors.
Our team created a complete rebrand for Fred Hutch, a Seattle-based, pioneering research facility whose mission is to improve prevention and treatment of cancer and related diseases worldwide.
Seattle Cancer Care Alliance
Seattle Cancer Care Alliance represents a union of patients and doctors, physicians and researchers, care and cures in the pursuit of better, longer, richer lives for their patients. We created a rebrand for SCCA that extends across all touch points and advertising campaigns.
Art With Heart
For 20 years, Art with Heart has been on a mission to help children overcome trauma through creative expression. They are the nonprofit organization behind an array of therapeutic books and programs that help children struggling through illness, divorce, violence, or the loss of someone important to them.
Make a Wish Foundation
Our team created a tangible experience for visitors to the Seattle Make a Wish office that not only expresses their purpose, but also celebrates the wishes they’ve granted, while encouraging involvement from local sponsors and individuals to help provide life-changing and transformational wishes to all qualifying children in Alaska and Washington.
We designed a website and user experience for this organization dedicated to supporting and providing funds and education for the estimated 20,000 children in Rwanda born from sexual violence during the 1994 genocide, and raise awareness about the consequences of this act.
Partnering with Maria Shriver and her team, we designed the packaging for a new line of ice cream called Lovin’ Scoopful, which serves as an ongoing source of revenue for Special Olympics and other causes that help power the human spirit.
In partnership with Washington State University, we helped design a category-defying online gifting site focused on creating a sustainable change in the lives of people in Africa through philanthropic efforts.
We created an identity for Stolen Youth, an organization founded by a group of passionate and committed Settle women who came together to shine a light on the plight of prostituted youth in our community.
Our team’s passion for making a difference doesn’t stop when they leave the office at the end of the day. Many participate in a variety of other local causes during their personal time throughout the year—planting trees on Earth Day, collecting school supplies for Stuff the Bus, creating hygiene kits to hand-out to the homeless through United Way, donating non-perishable food items to the White Center Food Bank to ensure sure families in need are well-fed, and buying holiday gifts for lower income children through the YWCA Holiday Adopt-A-Family program, among others.
We’re proud of our efforts to do good in this world and are honored and grateful for our client partnerships that give us the opportunity to play even a small part in helping so many.