SAGA inc Studios is pleased to announce the completion of the McCown-Garner Foundation company logo. The McCown-Garner Foundation is a non-profit organization for teens and young adults that are considered at risk or have no one else to turn to.
The foundation consists of two separate groups; one consisting of boys and the other of girls. The group of girls is a domestic violence/sexual assault group in which a female in the group must be affected by domestic violence/sexual assault in some way. These females are able to interact with others who share similar situations while being mentored through the recovery process. They also have access to the foundation’s Independent Living Program (where they can learn how to lead safe and healthy lives), may receive free tutoring and counseling if needed.
The group of males consist of teenage boys who do not have male role models, have criminal records, have problems in school or are simply needing guidance in their lives. These males leave the program with mentors and access to the Independent Living Program if needed. Free tutoring and counseling is also available to the male group.
After seeing the logo comps that we submitted, The McCown-Garner Foundation had a hard time selecting only one. So what did we do to help? We finalized the top two and sent them both. See the client testimonial below:
“I loved working with SAGA inc Studios. Even though I didn’t quite have an idea of what I wanted in the beginning they are very good at what they do and came up with many choices for me to look at. The staff was very patient with me through my “pickiness” and little mistakes and at the end came up with a great product! I was very surprised at how talented SAGA inc was in the production of the final product. This is not my first time having a professional company produce a logo for me but this was the most important because it was for a non-profit and by far the best! I would definitely recommend SAGA inc Studios to all of my fellow entrepreneurs and would come back again. Thank you so much!”
– Tishanda McCown [The McCown-Garner Foundation]