Angi Krueger

Core recognized for in-kind support for Broadscope Disability Services

By Angi Krueger on November 6, 2014

Core Creative was named a Corporate Citizen Awards finalist in BizTimes Media’s inaugural Nonprofit Excellence Awards for its work serving Broadscope Disability Services.

The In-Kind Supporter category focuses on the impact southeastern Wisconsin businesses and nonprofits have on the community and acknowledges companies that give their time and talents to community causes through non-financial contributions.broadscope

“We are thrilled for the recognition, and want to turn the spotlight onto Broadscope Disability Services for the amazing support they provide to the people of southeast Wisconsin,” said Beth Crivello-Wagner, vice president of client services, Core Creative. “We are so fortunate to be able to share our time and talent with organizations like Broadscope and will continue to share our good fortune with those who need us. And kudos to BizTimes for highlighting the important work nonprofits are doing in our community. They are vital to strengthening the fabric of our society.”

Core was recognized for their work serving Broadscope Disability Services – formerly United Cerebral Palsy of Southeastern Wisconsin. Crivello-Wagner, who serves on the board of directors for the organization, led a team from Core, Broadscope and others within their network of board members. Together, they conducted brand development exercises that led to the organization’s name change. They refined the brand for Broadscope Disability Services and delivered an entirely new identity that truly conveys who they are – allowing Broadscope to continue serving anyone living within a broad spectrum of disabilities.

In addition to the newly developed brand, logo and identifying materials, Core created a new website for Broadscope, which can be found at www.Broadscope.org.

“A website for an organization like Broadscope should be demonstrative of their mission and easy to use, while providing a clear path to accessing services and making donations,” said Charles Collins, digital services director, Core Creative. “Together, we were able to achieve that.”

Recently, Crivello-Wagner wrote about the need to ensure brands have a purpose to strengthen their bond with their audiences.

Read more about Core Creative’s commitment to brand development, focus on social responsibility and collaborative guiding principle of “we.”


ABOUT CORE CREATIVE

Founded in 1994, Core Creative, Inc., offers a full range of integrated marketing communications, advertising and public relations services to leading brands and health care systems. Core’s Say It. Live It. branding process develops both external and internal strategies to foster total brand alignment – evaluating your brand from an intangible idea to a revenue-driving asset. Clients include Milwaukee Electric Tool, Verizon Wireless, School Specialty, BuySeasons and The Valley Health System. Core Creative is located at 600 W. Virginia St., Suite 700 in Milwaukee’s Fifth Ward. Additional information on the agency can be found at www.corecreative.com or by contacting Ward Alles at (414) 299-3946 or ward@corecreative.comFollow Core Creative on TwitterFind Core Creative on Facebook.