Evansville Design Group Announces 2014 Non-Profit Design Program



The Evansville Design Group announced today that they are accepting applications for the 2014 Design for Good program. Applications can be completed at www.evansvilledesign.org and must be submitted by Monday, February 3, 2014.


The Evansville Design Group’s (EDG) Design for Good program creates an opportunity for local designers to collaborate and positively impact the community by assisting local non-profit organizations with a design project. Past Design for Good recipients include Aurora and Big Brothers Big Sisters.


One non-profit organization will be selected by EDG by February 25, 2014, and they will receive free creative/design services for a project of their choosing. The only restriction is that the organization must be a non-profit and they must be located within the counties of Vanderburgh, Gibson, Posey, or Warrick.


“The Design for Good program was created to assist non-profits with their professional design and branding needs,” said Design for Good Chair Bryan Horstman. “Our goal is to build a design foundation which they will be able to utilize in the future. Design for Good is a fulfilling educational experience for the non-profit as well as for the designers.”


The Evansville Design Group (EDG) is a non-profit organization intended to promote education, networking, and enrichment within and among the local design community. Through round table discussions, studio tours and presentations, guest lectures, and community involvement, the group and its members are committed to promoting design excellence amongst themselves and in the community.

Today, EDG boasts a growing membership of designers, illustrators, developers, videographers, art directors, educators, and students. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in or an affiliation with design. For more information on the Evansville Design Group, please visit evansvilledesign.org  or find them on Facebook at facebook.com/evansvilledesigngroup and Twitter at @evilledesigngrp.



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