Makes a Difference
Marketing and branding is as important for non-profit organizations as it is for businesses, if not more so. It is used to promote the message, mission and the organization, as well as raise donations and awareness. Modera is honored to have assisted so many amazing organizations throughout Orange and LA Counties. From branding, to fundraisers and annual reports, we are passionate about delivering quality work to those whose mission is to bring quality of life to so many.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Orange Coast
The Boys & Girls Clubs mission is to enable all young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens and the Central Orange County chapter selected Modera to bring this mission to life by creating their 2017-2018, 2018-2019, 2019-2020, and 2021-2022 Annual Reports.
The Priority Center
In 2019, the Child Abuse Prevention Center called on Modera to develop a new name and brand that would better represent the breadth of their programs and the children, adults & families they have grown to serve for over 35 years. Modera spent 9 months working alongside the client and their board of directors to rebrand the organization and create an inclusive brand that reflects their mission now and leaves room to grow for years to come.
The California Conference for Equality and Justice is a local non-profit based in Long Beach, CA issued a RFP seeking an agency to assist them with positioning of their brand. Modera was selected and spent 6 months working side by side with the client and their board of directors to rebrand the organization and set forth a platform for them to grow and evolve over the years to come.
As a community-based health care and social services organization, Bienestar needed assistance in updating their brand and website to properly represent their mission to those they serve and those who support the non-profit through public and private grants. They reached out to Modera to bring their online presence to the forefront, creating a more professional representation of who they are.
Project Hope Alliance
Fighting for a cause near and dear to our hearts, Project Hope Alliance has been working to end the cycle of homelessness, one child at a time. We were honored and inspired by the cause and put forth great work to ensure their annual reports highlighted their great achievements. Over time, we also producedtheir donor newsletter, updated their website and provided creative support to the internal marketing and development teams.
Four well-known, community-based organizations that represent the major population groups most targeted in hate crimes formed the Hate Violence Prevention Partnership with the goal to prevent and respond to hate violence with a unified voice in Los Angeles county. They chose Modera to create their brand and develop a website and collateral to launch the organization in the Los Angeles Community.