Below are non-profit organisations we have assisted:
Camcare is a not-for-profit, community based organisation that has operated in Boroondara for over thirty years. Charles Elena have been working closely with Camcare to re-brand their identity and offer design services. Last year Charles Elena completed Camcare's annual report project and have been commissioned to design the upcoming annual report.
Charles Elena provided branding services to COSRA's (Committee for Student Related Activities) two workshops held in Melbourne. The COSRA workshops covered important matters like adapting to Australian culture and norms of behaviour, accommodation, employment, occupational health and safety, community life and the positive role of Victoria Police.
As part of the Victoria University Industry Mentoring program, Charles Elena principal David Neilson worked with VUT design students Gus Beeforth and Chris Billson to produce a concept for the 2009 Kids Under Cover Annual Report. “The concept that we have decided on for our Kids Under Cover Annual Report was that of sand castles.” – Gus and Chris
Charles Elena were responsible for branding the Seven Souls fashion event held at Melbourne's disused Pentridge prison. The event raised funds for Black Saturday bushfire victim David Balfour with all proceeds going into a trust for his children.
Charles Elena identified the need to brand Harmony Australia and help bring awareness to social inclusion of international students in Australian society. Charles Elena designed the Harmony Australia logo and website.
Riding for the Disabled Association of Australia approached Charles Elena Design to assist in designing its logo. Charles Elena Design produced multiple designs that were tabled to the board for discussion. The logo needed to work as an emblem with the flexibility of being applied on signage, T-shirts and hats.
Plug – See the need, fill the gap
Plug is a church planting and micro enterprise development organisation. Charles Elena Design has been working with Plug developing the creative collateral for a micro enterprise business in Cambodia called Cafe NumManna.