Merchandising

Help Homeless Garden Project create production-ready apparel or merchandise designs to use for their earned income program, donor or volunteer incentives, or a specific event or milestone.
Homeless Garden Project
Santa Cruz, CA, USA
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Santa Cruz, CA, USA

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Posted July 28th

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What We Need
  • Final designs for a predetermined type of promotional apparel (e.g., t-shirts, hats, shorts, other swag) or merchandise (mugs, pens, tote bags, etc.) provided in the high-resolution format of the Organization's choice
  • Note: Printing and vendor sourcing is not included
Additional Details

Hi! We would like to embellish our logo in about 4 various ways, to then assign to go on a handful of products. The embellishment may be certain plants, animals, or tag lines. All centered around the farm.

Hats - A canvas baseball cap and a straw hat with a logo patch.

Towels

Sweatshirt

A Mens, Womens, and Youth tee/tank

Tote Bag

Mask

Aprons

Water bottle

Mug

What We Have In Place
  • As the production and retail manager, I will be available to discuss and answer questions about this project M-F, 9-5.

    We also have an online website where you can see past examples of our merch (and some of our current merch).
How This Will Help
This project will save us $5,422 , allowing us to hire more homeless folks for our transitional employment program - working both on our farm and in our workshop.

As an organization that just celebrated its 30th anniversary, we have a strong place in our community here in Santa Cruz. Yet we are actively seeking more volunteers and recruiting more "trainees," or homeless folks to join our transitional employment program. Getting our organization's name out in the community, and spreading our mission through word of mouth, is the most valuable way to keep our organization strong.

Project Plan

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Prep: Distribution of Prep Materials
  • Volunteer Manager provides Professional with high-resolution logo, images, and/or slogan in electronic format and visual brand identity (if available)
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Milestone 1: Information Gathering
  • Professional and Volunteer Manager connect to discuss desired design aesthetic and target audience for merchandise
2
Milestone 2: Design Phase
  • Professional creates initial design and sends to Volunteer Manager for up to three rounds of review and feedback
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Milestone 3: Finalizing Design
  • Professional finalizes designs, digitizes the artwork and delivers high-resolution versions along with print specifications
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About The Org

Homeless Garden Project
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Our Mission

In the soil of our urban farm and garden, people find the tools they need to build a home in the world.
We envision a thriving and inclusive community, workforce and local food system.