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Trailblazer Fund: $10,000 of Services Awarded to a Local Non-Profit

October 28, 2020 | Community

By Switchback Creative Team


CALGARY, ALBERTA – Times are tough right now, especially for non-profit organizations. Switchback Creative is here to help by awarding $10,000 worth of services to the recipient of the Trailblazer Fund. Applications are open now for 2021.

Here’s how it works

Once a year we look for a non-profit organization anywhere across Canada that is doing really great work but has marketing, design or branding challenges. Are they making the world a better place, helping their community with a big vision and following it up with action? Do they need some creative expertise to help solve challenges and spread the word? Switchback can help, applications are open until November 15, 2020.

What we provide

Free access to our marketing expertise and collaboration with recipients to bring them quality branding, design or web development services that will take their organization to the next level. We will help blaze a trail to greater heights based on a foundation that has already been set, or a vision taking shape for the non-profit organization.

“We created the TrailBlazer so that every year we could significantly help a charity organization take a big step forward. The past three years we have helped a Children’s Festival, a Public Library and a Museum through this program.”
– Suzy Rounce, Co-Founder, Creative Director Switchback Creative

We are looking for passionate pitches on why they need our help and what their vision is for the future. Winner is announced December 15, 2020. For more information go to https://switchbackcreative.ca/trailblazer-fund/

Switchback Creative is a digital creative agency that has worked with more than 250 clients in seven years building brands from ground level to multi-million dollar companies. This is fourth year we will award the non-profit TrailBlazer Fund.

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