The San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission is a non-profit organization that provides services to help vulnerable men, women and children move towards self sufficiency. They provide basic needs like food, clothing, shelter and hygiene supplies as well as case management, life skills classes and counseling. Their outcomes are: stable housing, gainful employment, critical life skills, enhanced education and engagement with a healthy community.
Impact DesignHub worked with the Rescue mission to create a new revised website that ties into their brand and brand image. The team also provided collateral material and brochures to assist in the promotion of their new site.
San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission is located just south on the California State University, Northridge campus; in our neighborhood. The Impact Designhub team walked to the facility for the first initial meeting and tour of their new Home Again community house; which was unfinished at the time of the meeting. Since the mission was having an opening in the spring 2016, they wanted to also unveil a new website.
Below is the original site. The colors were brown and green and did not follow the brand colors of red, white and blue.
The Social Impact DesignHub team spent countless hours strategizing and working with the Mission to develop some possible solutions.