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Friday inspiration: nonprofit logotypes

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Organizations in the social sector stand on the front lines of humanity’s greatest challenges.

At Classy, we marvel at these organizations, not only for their inspiring missions, but also because today’s nonprofit doesn’t follow the traditional charity model we grew up with. They now embrace for-profit practices like adopting innovative technologies and building strong brand identities. Each of these beautifully designed logos bring greater awareness of incredibly important causes.

1 - water trust 2 - begap 3 - nakawe 4 - nrdc 5 - pop 6 - mind 7 - bra 8 - humane society 9 - feed the children 10 - educating tomorrow 11 - goodwill 12 - our coloset 13 - plant with purpose 14 - link 15 - iava 16 - donkey 17 - ozharvest 18 - kiva 19 - voices of youth 20 - mentoring project 21-wwf 22-feedingamerica
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Joe Callahan, VP of design at Classy
San Diego-based pixel perfectionist with a heart for empowering nonprofits. World-traveler, music-lover, surfer, lover of creativity, positivity, pitbulls & craft beer.

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