Welcome to the 25 Acts of Kindness page on our website.
2018 marks Quinter Design’s 25th anniversary, and we’ve launched this year-long campaign to celebrate our milestone. The goal is to complete 25 pro bono projects during 2018 to help the non-profit organizations and groups that work to improve the quality of life in our community.
Our clients in the non-profit sector have played a critical role in Quinter Design’s success. We recognize that budgets are tightening and funding is uncertain for many groups. Our anniversary is the perfect time to return their support to us in a way that bolsters their efforts.
How can Quinter Design help you? Our core services are graphic design for print and web, publicity services and large-format printing.
Do you need: a new brochure? ads for a newspaper or magazine campaign? invitations for an upcoming event? an oversized check for a noteworthy presentation? a banner to acknowledge your sponsors? a trade show exhibit to enhance your community outreach? help with a news release about a success story? These are just a few examples of the pro bono projects we can undertake on your behalf.
Please complete the preliminary request form and share your ideas (it’s a fillable .pdf) and return it to us. We’ll review it and will be in touch soon to discuss the details of your project. Thanks for your interest in our 25 Acts of Kindness.
25 Acts of Kindness was jumpstarted last month. Our first projects supported the holiday efforts of two local organizations.
The first was the Olney Lions Club’s Toys for Local Kids campaign. The Olney Lions recently inherited the program to collect toys for local kids from another non-profit. To give the campaign higher visibility, a new, refreshed look for the marketing collateral was needed. We decided upon non-traditional holiday colors and whimsical graphics on the fliers, posters and other materials to draw the eye and attention of local residents.
The second project was a redesign of the sponsor banner for the Metropolitan Ballet Theatre + Academy in Gaithersburg. MBT’s retractable banner needed a completely new design to appropriately reflect an updated the list of sponsors and donors. We created a new design that included the appropriate hierarchy of sponsors; printed, laminated and trimmed the banner; and then (with a little magic) inserted the new banner in MBT’s existing stand. It was delivered in time for MBT’s signature performances of “The Nutcracker” in December.