Although the original WhatIfWeCould logo was good; a circle of 4 people coming together, delivering a message of “coming together”, it just didn’t have the punch we were looking for. It didn’t conjure up the heart of what we’re trying to instill in people as they learned about the site.
I recently met with Paul of Kinetic Branding, a local firm responsible for local brands such as the orange Journey Church flame you see on many cars in Bend, Microsoft projects and many others. He felt similarly, that although the logo was nice, it could be so much more.
A week or so later Paul had a few ideas that were really close to what the final version has become. Two people holding hands, creating a W, but most importantly, the heart that was created by bringing the hands together. What we got in the end, is just what was needed – bringing out the heart – in the logo as well as the meaning of What If We Could – the heart we all have in serving others.
By creating a platform to connect people and organizations, we’re coming together in love to ultimately create a better community.
It all starts with someone saying “What If We Could?”…the answer being, TOGETHER WE CAN!
Thank you Paul for an awesome logo that truly brings out the sentiment of the What If We Could platform.
The Central Oregon Collective is coming on as part of our January stable of nonprofits to be featured in January. An organization that has been in Central Oregon for more than 40 years, is excited with the opportunity to showcase themselves to Central Oregon residents – letting them get an idea of what they’ve been doing all these years.
Thank you Central Oregon Collective for participating, we look forward to getting the word out about your worthwhile organization.
Greg’s Grill sponsors a local nonprofit here in Central Oregon. A long donor to Central Oregon Veterans Outreach, Andre Gregoriou, General Manager of Greg’s Grill, was enthused to feature its long time target of donations, showcasing it to others in the community that may not know about the organization.
J.W. the President of COVO was pleased with the opportunity and looks forward to engaging the community, to learn more and be given the opportunity to give back to a cause that operates in large part on local donations.
Thank you to Gregs Grill and COVO for participating in our inaugural launch of WhatIfWeCould!
BendTel has partnered with WhatIfWeCould to sponsor 4 nonprofits in 2019. The first nonprofit to benefit is Shepherd’s House. Thank you BendTel!
WhatIfWeCould and BendTel have plans to launch co-branded marketing campaigns to show BendTel’s commitment to the community, and bring awareness to WhatIfWeCould, as we strive to make it a monthly event. Please consider becoming a patron of BendTel and celebrate their making our community better!
A crowd-sourcing platform designed to showcase mini projects of local non profits, giving a glimpse into their activity in the community. We often see a non profit logo or hear a name, but we’d be hard pressed to comprehend the hard work they do; day in and day out.
WhatIfWeCould showcases these projects every month, designed to give an opportunity to a small group of people that will make a specific difference. Whether through a small Fundraising project where donors know exactly what the monies raised for are going, Volunteer projects that promote engagement, or In-Kind Giving of specific needs that if met, goes a long ways in meeting the bottom line and the doors open.