Cad’s Cause – NPO Logo Design
Custom Logo Design, Logo Examples
Once in a while we at Little Guy Logos, are lucky enough to work with some truly inspiring organizations. Such is the case with our work for the Cad’s Cause fund. Motivated by the death of a close friend, Andrew Scott Cadigan set off on a journey around Australia to raise funds to help find a cure for cancer. His epic 536-day-long journey took him all around the Australian coast and raised $25,000 for The Cancer Council and almost $40,000 for The Leukemia Foundation. While recuperating in Thailand, Andrew suffered life-threatening injuries in a motorcycle accident and was left battling for his life in a local hospital. To raise money to transfer him home to Australia, his friends formed Cad’s Cause, and with overwhelming support they raised the required funds. Sadly Andrew lost his battle and passed away last Friday, but his cause lives on. Cad’s Cause – The Andrew Cadigan Fund has had a tremendous following, and is here to do some serious good in the world. It has been our pleasure to work on the logos for this inspirational NPO. The logos range from depicting the cause visually, to a more subtle design. Ultimately this was the chosen logo: More info: You can find out about Andrew Cadigan on his site: OzOnFoot.com and see his remarkable journey mapped here: https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF&msa=0&msid=205163367807669695124.000499498834a28860b7a
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