Graphic Design for the National Inclusion Project

National Inclusion Project

The Cause

The National Inclusion Project serves to bridge the gap that exists between young people with disabilities and the world around them. We partner with communities and out-of-school-time programs (YMCAs, Boys & Girls Clubs, Kid’s Museums, Community Centers, Zoos, etc) to enable them to include children with disabilities in ALL of their activities. We work every day to make the inclusion of children with disabilities a reality because no child should sit on the sidelines.

The Challenge

In January 2015, we strategically solidified our organization’s case statement, quantified our impact and started pulling together all of our results and information in order to go after new grants, sponsors and donors. While this is great information, much of it is not in our 4-year old brochure/booklet. Not only is the brochure out of date, but the current format is way too long and very expensive to mail. We need a graphic designer to create a concise, informative, and compelling brochure and infographic that we can use to promote our cause.

The Project: Graphic Design

Estimated Volunteer Time (Now – April 30):

30-38 hours

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End Result

The project will result in the following deliverables:

  • An organization brochure in print ready and online formats, including the editable file for future changes /revisions to be made by the organization
  • Infographic highlighting the organization’s results and impacts in print ready and online formats


This project will have a significant impact on our ability to serve the community! This project will be of great help in getting the word out about the importance of inclusion and the benefits of partnering with the National Inclusion Project. We hope this will in turn garner more interest and more dollars so that we can serve more organizations and families in the future.