Debbie Price and the Design for Social Good grant writing team writes the winning HRSA Grant_Behavioral Health Expansion, winning $250,000 for the Community Health Center of Richmond in Staten Island, NY.
Debbie, Barbara Morris, and the D4SG team have written WINNING GRANTS totaling $5,525,000 in the past two years for CHCR.
CHCR servers the unemployed, poor, and illegal immigrant, providing much needed medical, dental, and eye care in the Staten Island community. They are a not-for-profit, family health center caring for patients of all ages with an emphasis upon wellness, preventive care and disease management.
Design for Social GOOD Photojournalist Najlah Feanny photographs the HeartShare Human Services of New York 2013 Annual Report.
Five-year-old Rex is a superhero. Rex can run faster than many children his age. Rex couldn’t always run so fast. In fact, when he first enrolled at HeartShare’s First Step Preschool in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, Rex could not walk.
View the entire annual report and see all the photographs here.
The Asia Society, a global non-profit forging closer ties between Asia and the West through arts, education, policy and business outreach, reached out to Design for Social GOOD for a new look and feel for their centers pages.
Interactive Designer Yumi Endo worked with Asia Society Executive Director, Digital Media & Strategy, Bill Swersey to bring their information architecture to reality. Using a three/five colum grid layout with an oversized carousel for featured content, the design is modern, dynamic and has a lively and urban feel.
Non-profit website design is a central focus for our design team. Putting a face on a case is critical to the success of that cause.
View the important work the Asia Society is doing around the world.