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  • French American Charitable Trust (FACT)

    In 2012 FACT spent out their endowment to a portfolio of grassroots and activist organizations. We had the honor of working on their brand and a variety of projects including their original website, reports, and this legacy website documenting almost two decades of progressive grant making.

  • Arab Women’s Fund

    The Arab Women’s Fund identity system came out of a need for a quick website we created for them so that they could get their message out in a timely way.

  • National Alliance to End Homelessness

    We created New York Times ads and produced a summary of the National Alliance to End Homelessness’ 10-year-plan on ending homelessness. They had this to say about our work:
    “Effective communications strategies that engage the public around complex social issues.”

  • AIDS Project East Bay

    “The ads were beautifully
    done, powerful, and
    compelling. Thanks for
    your help.”

  • LA Shanti

    We created these ads to help Shanti launch two new programs.

  • Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault

    Based on the strength of the UCD campaign we created this work for the Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault.

  • East Bay College Fund

    Successful media and PR strategy with print, radio and television coverage led to coming up with the tagline “Opportunity Changes Everything” for the East Bay College Fund and sprucing up their brand in some much-needed collateral.

  • UC Davis Violence Prevention

    “The newspaper ads,
    posters, and bus ads don’t go unnoticed, they get people
    to think, discuss and take action, which to us means
    it’s been a success.”

  • UC Davis Violence Prevention

    Our research at UCD pointed towards messages that looked at the gray areas of consent on campus. These campaigns were replicated and posters were ordered by campuses all over the country.

  • SF Commission on the Status of Women

    “This city-wide outdoor, transit and print campaign reinforced the fact that
    violence is preventable and words can be our most
    powerful tool in preventing
    it. We received a lot of free press on this eye-catching

  • SF Commission on the Status of Women

    More posters from the campaign in Mandarin
    and Spanish.

  • Community Housing Partnership

    We helped the Community Housing Partnership brand their signature event “Night with the Stars,” and created this year-end appeal they said “captured who they are.”

  • Population Services International

    “Fresh campaign materials that reflect the needs of the young women we aim to reach.”

  • Lyon-Martin

    Lyon-Martin needed some assistance in getting the word out about their services. These posters and bus ads did the trick.

  • Women’s Funding Network

    We helped the Women’s Funding Network with a range
    of products including the first print execution of their new branding.

  • Oakland Institute

    Sometimes it’s difficult for a hard-working policy group like the Oakland Institute to promote themselves. They are busy, busy. The Institute needed a marketing piece to let the world know about the amazing work they do – bringing meticulous research and analysis, bold action and fresh ideas to the most pressing economic, environmental and social issues of our time.

  • IBEW

    Local 595 of the IBEW needed a marketing piece and a logo for a campaign. These have served them well and are still in use.

  • ILWU

    The ILWU needed a fresh look for their Pension Plan Summary Document.

  • Jewish Voice for Peace

    Another campaign for Jewish Voice for Peace.

  • Jewish Voice for Peace

    We created these posters for JVP in response to the 2009 attack in Gaza. The bombing
    of Gaza made me want to do something. These images have been widely reproduced
    including Adbusters, murals around the country, West Bank and U.S. protests, and yes,
    on shopping bags.