My own philanthropic project created in 2005 - ongoing.
Created concept. Designed logo and website and trademarked logo - in 2008 granted registered trademark for
charitywishlist.ca (I later redesigned website in WordPress, when WordPress became popular.) On-going.
New to cause marketing?
There could be charities out there that would be a good match for you to partner with! For example, I paired the Ottawa Bra Clinic, with the Breast Cancer Society of Canada. I helped navigate the introductions and paperwork.
Pop-up Banner e.g.:
Logo designed for New TV Show on Rogers-TV
Note that the logo is strategically placed so it will be included in photos of people standing next to it. If it had been placed at the very top, then it would have been well above the height of the average person.
CharityWishList.ca – Making it easier and quicker to give stuff away to Canadian Registered Charities near you.
To enable people across Canada to quickly and easily find, and self-connect, to a variety of Canadian Registered Charities near them that have WishLists containing the type of item(s) that the person in that moment wants to give away, to the benefit of our society and environment.
To maintain and grow www.CharityWishList.ca so that more cities and Canadian Registered Charities in Canada are included.
Hogman-eh! NYE 2016
Special Event Assistant
Scottish Society of Ottawa
Was on contract with the Scottish Society of Ottawa (Aug - Feb), as the only paid person, for an in-person event with over 5,000 attending throughout the evening (two balloon drops: 7 PM for the kids, and midnight. Event spanned two buildings at Lansdowne Park, Ottawa.
The Barra MacNeils Headlined + 4 other acts. Two stages. Food and craft court. Magician, jugglers, face painters, SSO table selling T-shirts, outdoor skating, etc. Visiting Scottish Tapestry Exhibit in the other building part of the event. Fireworks at midnight.)
The Barra MacNeils Lansdowne Park, Aberdeen Pavilion, Ottawa, ON Photo: Michelle Beaupre
Hogman-eh! NYE 2016
Hogman-eh! NYE 2016 Bill Welychka Emcee, Mayor Jim Watson, and SOO Board Member Photo credit: Mayor's Office.