The Helping Hands Community Project has had its new logo designed free of charge by Glued, based in Snitterfield.
The charity operates in Kenilworth, Warwick and Leamington, working with the homeless, victims of domestic abuse and those with drug and alcohol addictions.
Volunteers collect donations of household goods, furniture, toiletries, clothing, toys and bedding to distribute to individuals and families in need.
The charity has now opened a new hub in Leamington’s Old Town called The Lighthouse, which will act as a charity shop, a drop-in centre and a space where courses will be delivered.
Glued offered their services to the good cause after charity manager Lianne Kirkman gave a speech about Helping Hands at a business forum event in Leamington.
Glued joint owner and director David Wilson said: “Lianne gave a compelling speech about Helping Hands and the work it does and also spoke about some of the things the charity needs going forwards, one of which was a new logo.
“At Glued we see it as part of our corporate responsibility to give something back to the community and we were very happy to offer our help to the charity.
“Their original logo was designed in-house when the charity was first established and they have now outgrown this and were in need of something more professional to help launch their new hub.”
Glued, which has been a member of the Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce since 2014, is also a member of Supporting Stratford which aims to assist charities in the Stratford area with discounted services or other support.
The company worked with Helping Hands to create a new, eye catching logo, which will help them successfully brand the charity moving forwards.
David added: “This was a fun project and we enjoyed working with Helping Hands to design their new logo.
“It’s nice to be able to help projects which provide support to those in need in our area.
“I was able to see some of the excellent work that the charity does first-hand when I volunteered my time at a soup kitchen with some of the other volunteers.
“The people they help are nice guys, many of which have just had some bad luck in life, and it makes you feel very lucky about what you have.
“The new logo will make the charity more recognisable and will appeal to stakeholders. It will also give the charity a more professional look and a better platform in the public domain.”
Lianne Kirkman said: “We have been bowled over by the amount of support we have received from Glued.
“Now that we have opened our new hub in Leamington we wanted a strong, recognisable logo which looks professional.
“We are delighted with the logo that glued have created for us and would like to say a huge thank you to them for all of their hard work.”