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Flamboyan Foundation Selects MMD Branding for New Campaign
21 November, 2019

Flamboyan Foundation Selects MMD Branding for New Campaign

MMD Branding is honored to announce the team was selected by Flamboyan Foundation to develop creative assets in conjunction with the organization’s REAL Family Engagement campaign.

Flamboyan launched the campaign to ensure families get the information and resources needed to support their children’s education in school systems across the country. MMD worked with the Flamboyan communications team to design print and digital assets to build awareness for the REAL initiative.  The scope of the work included brand identity, social media and other digital graphics, posters, and environmental graphics that were showcased at a launch event announcing the new campaign.

Guided by the belief that all children deserve the opportunity to live a fulfilling life, the Flamboyan Foundation works to ensure every child in the US and Puerto Rico receives an outstanding education. In D.C., Flamboyan is accelerating student learning by helping educators and school systems transform their relationships with families. In Puerto Rico, Flamboyan is ensuring students are reading in Spanish on grade level by third grade while building a thriving philanthropic and nonprofit sector.

In addition to programs supporting reading proficiency, the organization makes strategic investments, including a fund for the arts, hurricane relief and building a strong philanthropic community on the island. In October of this year,  The Flamboyan Arts Fund, a partnership between Flamboyan Foundation, Lin-Manuel Miranda, his family and the Hamilton musical, selected thirty-four organizations in Puerto Rico to receive grants totaling $4 million, for disciplines including performing arts, visual arts and literature.

“I am particularly proud to support the work of the Flamboyan Foundation,” said MMD Art Director Jan Bigas, who was born in Puerto Rico and completed his education there before moving to Washington, DC.  “It’s a dream come true to collaborate hand in hand with an organization that recognizes the Puerto Rican people and is dedicated to helping my island.”