KOSCIUSKO — Kosciusko Cares has unveiled its new logo, which was designed by Fort Wayne company Dowden Consulting. Kosciusko Cares has been in existence since 2012. Kosciusko Cares is headed in a new exciting direction which has led to a re-brand of its logo.
“Since 2012 Kosciusko Cares has evolved from its initial purpose of collecting and evaluating community data and information to the development and implementation of evidence-based programs for youth and families; and now we enter a new, more robust phase to better serve county residents.”
“Logos are a critical aspect of any organization, and anchor the organization’s brand. To that end, the county courthouse is detailed in the center – a highly recognizable representation of the county; the field and the water, also in the center represent our rich heritage of farms and rural land and water and lakes which are also integral to life in Kosciusko County, and the rays of sun representing hope at the top and across the bottom our basic purpose: Empowering Youth and Families.”
“In January Kosciusko Cares, under the umbrella of Bowen Center, was accepted as an Associate Member of the Indiana Youth Services Association, and as such will become a fully accredited Youth Services Bureau,” said Marsha Carey, Kosciusko Cares Coordinator
“We helped with the design process for the new logo commenting on and reviewing several variations and finally ended on this new logo. We are proud of it,” commented Luke Wilson, Warsaw High School Senior and Kosciusko Cares Youth Coalition Member.