The Duty of Design Start Some Good Campaign Community: Midtown Atlanta

10 Dec

 

MEDIA PRESS RELEASE THE DUTY OF DESIGN START SOME GOOD CAMPAIGN Community: Midtown Atlanta

The Duty of Design is an Atlanta based, minority and femaled-owned Award Winning design company that is distinctly unlike most other design companies. Using their unique needs assessment tool, Duty of Design offers discounted and free design services to charitable organizations, service groups, and non-profits. The only requirement to get started is a great idea and a passion for spreading awareness, initiating change, and transforming lives. Duty of Design has worked with organizations like The National Coalition for the Homeless, Lif FullE Women’s Empowerment, and more. This past November they celebrated the organization’s launch with a joyful affair at Atlantic Station attended by almost 200 people.

With their uniquely crafted Success Kits, the Duty of Design is seeking to create an environment of success where everyone, regardless of their financial limitations, social/socioeconomic obstacles or barriers can enter the work force on equal footing.

This is accomplished by providing those in need with a customized business suite including resumes, cover letters, business cards, envelopes, messenger bags, and much more. This is not a hand out; these are tangible tools of empowerment. To support Duty’s campaign or to find out more, make your way to www.startsomegood.com/dutysuccesskits and get involved today.

India Aleah Hayes
Founder | Creative Director
The Duty of Design
@designersduty
@india_aleah
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