GRAPHIX FOR CHANGE
Our mission is to support and promote the work to change the world for the better. We provide graphic design and website development, grounded in social change and informed by the latest in marketing. We partner with people and organizations who are on a mission, who are bold and daring enough to think that they can make a difference.
We recognize that even the best idea, the most creative program, the most progressive policy gets nowhere if it doesn't get to people. Design, when well done, helps engage and connect. Marketing, when implemented toward social change, brings visibility and people into the picture. Organizations and programs, when grounded in social change principles, can create change.
Graphix for Change draws on three industries and fields of thought: graphic design and website development, marketing and branding, and social change and public health. By working at the intersections of these fields, we support and make your work easier and more effective, We work to make your voice louder and more articulate, and to build your community of support.
Let's get to work and make a difference.
Launched on November 8, 2010
Description of this website:
Child sexual abuse is a silent, violent epidemic. It's so widespread that each of us probably knows someone who has been victimized or who has abused.
A grassroots movement is gaining momentum across Massachusetts that's providing adults and communities with the knowledge and skills they need to put an end to the silence. And eventually, the epidemic.
The movement against child sexual abuse starts with a single word – ENOUGH.
Its symbol - a hand raised outward indicating our unwillingness to let the problem go unchallenged any longer.
Its hope – that by being united we can end the secrets, shame, hurt, confusion, and denial that for too long have allowed child sexual abuse to operate, and even thrive, in our homes and communities.
Its commitment – to bring together parents, professionals, adult survivors, concerned citizens, elected leaders, policymakers, and funders to engage them in this historic movement.
Since 2002, the Massachusetts Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Partnership, a collaboration of over two dozen private and public organizations, has led the Enough Abuse Campaign in its work to identify, test and replicate effective strategies to engage adults and communities in the fight to end child sexual abuse. Over 20 communities have become part of the Campaign and thousands of citizens in Massachusetts have been educated about sexual abuse and how to prevent it.
Our task now is to grow this movement all across our state. Working together, we can reclaim the right of every child to a safe and healthy childhood, and the right of every adult to a life free from the devastating and costly aftermath of child sexual abuse.
Join us in this Movement.