Family Programs Hawaii
Family Programs Hawaii is a unique non-profit agency dedicated to strengthening children and families involved in the child welfare system through high quality prevention and support services.
In marking the social service agency’s 10th anniversary, OrangeRoc services included a fresh color palette, a new and contemporary logo, and a stronger web presence that accepts online donations, allowing the organization to remain true to its origins of providing quality care to the children of Hawaii. The rebranding reflects their broader service to all children in the child welfare system including supporting the foster parents who care for them.
The handprints form a ray of hope with a haven at the center. The middle handprint contains a distinctive heart in the center representing compassion and care. The layered colors in the font represent how unique each family is, and the complexity of foster care, and how Family Programs Hawaii cares for these families.
The complex heart represents the many complexities of foster care. The colors symbolize Family Programs Hawaii’s three areas of service: Prevention, Transition, and Support with the monogram present in the center of the heart.
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