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Wingard Creative Announces New “Wishing Well” Recipients

Six nonprofit organizations will receive more than $17,000 in creative services

August 4, 2014 —Wingard Creative today announced its plans to award six local nonprofit organizations with creative services valued at $17,250. The winning organizations are Emergency Services and Homeless Coalition of Northeast Florida, Friends of Jacksonville Animals, Matanzas Riverkeeper, Riverside Presbyterian Day School, St. Mark’s Episcopal Day School, and the Tom Coughlin Jay Fund.

These organizations were chosen from more than two dozen applicants for The Wishing Well, a pro-bono program that was launched in 2013 to provide in-kind creative services to deserving nonprofits. Six other nonprofit organizations (City Rescue Mission, First Coast No More Homeless Pets, Marion County Children’s Alliance, OneJax, The Seaside Playgarden, and St. Johns Riverkeeper) were selected as part of the program’s first round. In total, Wingard Creative has pledged $50,000 in creative services to nonprofit organizations this year.

“It has been an honor to provide our first-round winners with the tools they need to spread their messages further. We look forward to doing the same for our second-round winners,” said Christopher Ball, CEO of Wingard Creative. “We are thrilled to partner with these organizations to provide creative support in a variety of ways, from graphic design to brand development.”

“We feel that these organizations represent a strong cross-section of the nonprofit sector,” said David Wingard, founder and Chief Creative Officer of Wingard Creative. “I am grateful for the opportunity to provide creative assistance to causes that support our most vulnerable neighbors, animals in need, the environment, the next generation of Jacksonville’s leaders, and families facing childhood cancer.”

Wingard Creative plans to reopen The Wishing Well program in 2015, with the application portal tentatively scheduled to open in December 2014. To learn more about The Wishing Well, visit wingardcreative.com/wishingwell.  
About Wingard Creative:
Wingard Creative (http://www.wingardcreative.com) is a marketing and advertising agency that serves a roster of regional and national clients. Founded in 2008 by David Wingard, the agency is known for its disruptive design, intuitive engagement, clear communication and precise execution across multiple platforms, including web development, graphic design, branding, video production, copywriting and media strategy. ##
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