NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION LOGO (VISUAL BRAND)
The Church Network (formerly National Association of Church Administration NACBA) worked with the award-winning Be Known for Something non-profit organization branding team to change their name and create a visual brand (a simple and memorable organizational logo) to work with their thread (their real brand).
Do you need a non-profit or organizational logo? Here are 7 questions to tell. Great branding for an organization starts with understanding your audience (congregation & community), discovering your thread, and then getting a professional, scalable, and memorable organization logo (visual brand) to match.
HERE’S WHAT THE CHURCH NETWORK DISCOVERED:
The largest Association of non-denominational Church Business Administrators exists to connect, develop, and strengthen skills with best practices.
Left alone, church administrators have to figure out systems, processes, and standards. Trying to “recreate the wheel” is exhausting and alienating. And builds an environment of constantly doubting if the local church is doing everything the “right” way.
The Church Network brings ministry leaders together into a network and certifies skills and ideas so that members can group-think and determine the best way.
Rather than proceeding as a lone ranger, it’s always better to move forward knowing that a group stands behind you. Are you a Church Administrator? Stop working separately; Don’t go it Alone.
• VISUAL BRANDING
The Church Network logo represents a circle of friends from across the nation. Each of the 7 circles signifies the 70 local chapters that pour ideas and best practices into the greater national Network.
The gold circle represents the importance of the individual member who can become a certified standout. And listened to as a critical reference person to adjust practices.
The font layout of the logo (through its color scheme) cleverly says what The Church Network is all about: Church Work.