Central City Concern has a new logo!
Through words and symbols, we have strived to communicate our work better with this new logo. We hope you see our commitment to providing: safe and stable housing to people in need, compassionate healthcare and hope for recovery provided by caring professionals, connection to meaningful employment for able clients, and the fostering of positive relationships that help all of our clients attain a higher potential.
Beyond a minor update in 2007, Central City Concern’s logo has not changed much since it was created in 1983 when the “Burnside Consortium” became “Central City Concern.” Central City Concern worked with a wide range of staff, clients, funders, and volunteers to discuss logo elements and is grateful for their input.
You’ll soon see this logo on our vehicles, signage and on printed materials. CCC’s website and social media channels carry this logo as of today.
Partners who use the CCC logo in materials may contact Kathy Pape, Director of Communications, for an updated electronic file.