It’s the right thing to do. And it’s important to us… so much so, that we allocate 10-20% of our work week to non-profits. That translates to 40–80 hours aiding organizations that need our help just as much as our standard clients, but simply don’t have the funds.
Though we’re regularly involved with a handful of charities at any given time, Woo Creative developed an internal program in 2014 to pledge specific, year-long support to two distinct non-profits. In this role, Woo Creative becomes the organizations’ marketing partner for a year, and offers solutions to help them get the word out, and achieve their goals.
This exciting charity was brought to us by our friend and client, Craig Spodak, of Spodak Dental. We’ll be assisting Dr. Spodak and Miami Marlins right fielder, Giancarlo Stanton, with the launch of this new and unique non-profit.
In April, 2016, adjacent to our offices, Woo Creative launched The KTCHN, Delray’s very first business incubator. Team Woo crafted the logo, website and messaging for this innovative addition to Atlantic Avenue.
The CJ Foundation was taking their charity to another level, and needed to look the part. Toward that end, Woo provided an updated logo and brochure, and produced a number of videos that helped the organization tell their very special story.
This local chapter of the nationally known “Habitat” brand looked to us for some of their most prominent materials, including the annual report, website, photography, annual gala creative and social media alignment. Upon completion, Woo Founder, Ryan Boylston, was honored along with the rest of the creative team during the annual gala.
South Palm Beach has a single dedicated school of the arts, and its foundation needed our help. Our assistance began with materials for an annual concert, but grew over time to include assistance with the school’s website, press, social media and several more campus events.
Emy’s Promise, a small charity startup, sought consultation, guidance and design. Collectively,
Woo Creative was able to offer exactly that—and more. To this day, we continue to help out occasionally, in an effort to ensure the viability of this worthwhile cause.
Our charity efforts all started with the uniform design heard ‘round the world. Don’t think so?
If you Google “Atlantic High Uniforms” and click the NEWS filter at the top of your browser, you’ll begin to understand. We donated the marketing materials and the now infamous uniform design… including the helmet decals, which we personally applied until 3am, to be certain that it was done just right. Since then, we have donated additional time, funds and yes — even uniform designs.
For two years running, we’ve chosen Miami Children’s Hospital as the charity to pair with our annual holiday event. Dubbed “Screen On The Green”, Woo Creative rents Old School Square Park in downtown Delray Beach each season to provide a free back-to-back screening of popular holiday movies. We’ve partnered with good friend (and community superhero), Ian Caven, to collect toys and donations for the Miami Children’s Hospital throughout the event, then delivered them personally the next day.