Two years before, our event posters suck. Our advocacy group’s logo sucked. We could not create credible promotional materials because we were only relying on templates available on MS Powerpoint and Publisher. We sucked big time.
After going through a lot of searching for volunteers to improve the image and branding of Angat Pilipinas Coalition for Financial Literacy, I was able to hook up with one of our members at the Truly Rich Club. Through her I was reminded about the importance of having a strong brand image especially for an advocacy that seeks to reach out to more people and organizations.
And then several months later, I was able to meet another brother and good friend, who not only shared his time and knowledge to teach OFW’s about investing. He also assists in making great poster designs for our events and improvement in our logos.
In this post, I would like to honor these two people who matter a lot in the continual success of our financial literacy mission to Filipinos around the world using their passionate creativity and knack for visual arts. Continue reading The Power of Images in Advocacies