The Greater Hamilton Health Network (GHHN) is a collaboration of health and social service partners striving to improve local health outcomes. Originally the Hamilton Health Team (HHT), they were facing confusion around their name and role in the Hamilton healthcare landscape.
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Passionate about combating food insecurity, and as regular volunteers for the fridges, Kitestring approached Community Fridges HamOnt (CFH) about rebranding to increase awareness and impact.
The Deban Brunette Literacy Program has been providing literacy support to local schools for over 15 years. Formerly the Jack Parent Reading Program, Neighbour to Neighbour decided to rebrand in honour of Deban Brunette and her instrumental efforts in building the program.
412 Barton is an affordable housing project being built on Barton Street to support Black and Indigenous seniors facing homelessness, 50% of which will be designated for women. With building plans drawn up and strategies for wrap-around support being finalized, St. Matthew’s House connected with Kitestring to build a compelling brand.
The Women’s Health Concerns Clinic (WHCC) at St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton provides assessment, consultation and treatment for women 18 years of age or older who are experiencing emotional symptoms related to reproductive milestones. Looking to create an event to connect healthcare professionals and community members with lived experience, the team reached out to Kitestring to recommend a name and create the inaugural branding and collateral.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Halton and Hamilton offers life-changing mentoring experiences to children and youth in our community. Approaching their 100 year anniversary, they connected with Kitestring to develop a compelling campaign to engage their donors and volunteers.