Last Fall, when we heard about how the Greater Richmond ARC (now called SOAR365) was restarting a recently and suddenly shuttered client care and services facility (a Grace Place) in Richmond, VA, we thought “what a wonderful story and service to our community!”
A visit to www.soar365.org will take you to an impressive rebranded digital presence that reflects the dreams and aspirations of the organization and the populations they serve. To celebrate this recent reopening of A Grace Place, and to honor the history of its former founder, our firm designed and donated a special commemorative coin to be given as a token of love and appreciation to program clients, donors, stakeholders, and staffers for showing up and giving so much to such a mission.
It was encouraging to work on a project and see so much life change in the subjects, and I wanted to convey that in the designs.
Jason Fuller – C. Forbes Designer
Soon after the commemorative coin was delivered, Greater Richmond ARC rebranded to Soar365 in order to better reflect its mission and culture. See that announcement here:
SOAR365 now has five locations in the Richmond, VA area with company headquarters located on Saunders Avenue. Along with pediatric therapy and adult day support, SOAR365 provides employment opportunities for people with disabilities.
Learn more, follow, volunteer, and donate at https://www.soar365.org/donate-now