The Logo Boutique has been the company behind image of this amazing event for the last 9 years and we are very proud. Nonprofit logo design and fundraising event’s image is one of the company strengths. We have worked with 12 Good Men and with Ronald McDonald House Charities of South Florida for almost a decade now and we have loved every minute of it.
The 22nd Annual 12 Good Men luncheon honored twelve outstanding men in South Florida’s community. Past honorees love to come back and join in the fun, benefiting the House that Love Built. The Ronald McDonald House provides a safe and comfortable place to stay, in a homelike environment for the families of seriously ill children receiving treatment at nearby hospitals.
The 2015 honorees are examples of kindness and generosity to the many needs in our community. Co-Chairs Linda Levy Goldberg and Sonia Gibson welcomed the crowd. Emcee Calvin Hughes, Emmy Award winning newscaster, past honoree and member of the WPLG Local 10 news team, kept the attendees laughing with his clever commentary. Attendance and support of the Twelve Good Men luncheon supports the mission to create, find and support programs that directly improve the health and well being of children in South Florida.
If you need help creating a nonprofit logo design or the image for your next fundraising event give us call. We have the experience and the creativity to make your nonprofit logo design shine just like RMHC of South Florida.
Fabianna Diaz, Creative who designed the 12 Good Men image, says:
“It is great to reinvent the image of the event every year. Re-known artist, Romero Britto designed the bow tie for the event when he was an honoree in 2001. We have used the icon ever since. Creating a nonprofit logo design is a fun challenge. This year we wanted to focus on the stripes campaign #forRMHC and we came up with a fun and clever design merging the stripe socks with the Men shoes… I even saw a couple of the honorees wearing the socks the day of the event!”
Thank you worldredeye for the images