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Together Expands Public Awareness Updating Branding - Website and Logo

Michelle Moyes  Dill, Executive Director of  Together,  announced today that that the metro area’s leading Homeless Prevention Agency has completed its yearlong rebranding website design and logo all of which highlight the non-profits’ remarkable expansion. Bringing together our community to assist people in need with hope, dignity, and compassion, Together serves Douglas, Sarpy, and Pottawattamie Counties.

 

“For over 35 years, Together has been there for those with the greatest need. Yet we struggled with an identity crises of our own as our name and the services we offered as the community’s premier non-profit.  After a thorough review we dropped the INC in our name (Together Inc) as it was confusing, changed our logo to represent hope and warmth, and revised our website www.togtheromaha.org to reflect all the services we provide” announced Dill.”

 

“We learned that our name recognition and the fact that in 2011, we provided more than 45,000 services to local people and families in need. A  programs from our food bank servicing 15 agencies, our onsite food pantry, clothing and furniture store, and financial assistance programs – all at no charge to the clients or agencies. However, we found Together is widely unknown to the community as a whole” she revealed. The website accurately reflects our success in providing more than food. Those in need have access to clothing, rent and utility assistance, furniture, medical assistance, house wares, transportation, and red tape assistance.”  

 

Mike Hornacek Director of Operations commented “it is important for our entire community to be familiar with the work we perform here and the services available.  We are experts at what we do and we want to educate the community that poverty affects thousands in Omaha, but Together is here to help. Our new logo with its bright “O” reaches out to attract both those in need and the valuable contributors both cooperate and private who fund all our services.

 

Carla Patton, Sr. Director of Development and Marketing added, ‘Together’s new message “The First Stop for People in Need” combines all our services to deliver an accurate message of what each client can expect to receive.  Each of us takes so much pride in the personal touch and outreach that helps every client through a very difficult time in our their life.  The best part is when we know we impacted a turnaround and return to a lifestyle that our community provides and they deserve.”

 

“For more information and to arrange interviews contact Carla Patton at (402) 345-8047 x206 or email cpatton@togetheromaha.org and visit www.TogetherOmaha.org

 

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