Grace Bridge and The Master Cares tap The Remedy to lead rebranding

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Grace Bridge, a food bank and community outreach organization, and The Master Cares, an African mission organization, have selected The Remedy to lead their respective rebranding efforts. The Remedy will provide entirely new brands for each organization, include revised logos and branding marks, new websites, and refreshed marketing and other collateral materials.

Grace Bridge began as a regional food bank and has evolved into much more since its founding in April 2011. Today Grace Bridge not only helps to feed those individuals and families who find themselves food insecure, but its also provides the other essential items and services relied on by those in its community in order to overcome the struggles they are experiencing in their lives. From food rationings and clothing to household items, medical supplies, job search training, eye care clinics, parenting seminars, education, and overall encouragement, Grace Bridge offers a “hand up” to those seeking to better their lives. In short, Grace Bridge offers hope at a time when many are struggling to acquire the essential resources needed to maintain an adequate lifestyle for themselves and their families. At a time when hope seems to be fleeting, Grace Bridge has opened its arms and proudly proclaimed … HOPE SERVED HERE!

The Master Cares serves the country of Uganda and has a vision to transform communities in the country spiritually while helping meet the physical needs of the people and providing a clear path for them to follow while providing for themselves. The Master Cares seeks to go beyond traditional means to aid those who are in need to reach up for God’s highest. In Uganda, The Master Cares has set up a network of leaders who are anxious and willing to take up the cross, follow Jesus, and do what it takes to rebuild their county. By giving the people the means by which they can rebuild and redevelop their homes we can partner with them to show them Jesus and truly transform communities and future generations to come. The Master Cares established five initiatives as part of its efforts, including the development of a Christian adademy, a water and sanitation initiative, a job and agriculture development initiative, a medical initiative, and a spiritual development initiative.

“We are grateful to be able to work with such great organizations in Grace Bridge and The Master Cares,” said Stephen Evans, President of The Remedy. “Both organizations do tremendous work and we hope we are able to enhance what they do and who they reach with the branding services we are able to provide.”

Both organizations are based in the Dallas – Fort Worth metroplex and serve the northeaster portion of the area.