Design 10-12 Graphic Pieces for Wordpress Website and 2021 Training Events

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NEF - Nathan Ebanks Foundation Limited

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Application deadline 1 year ago: Monday 25 Jan 2021 at 00:00 UTC

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We are seeking an experienced Graphic designer volunteer to design 4 banners, social media graphics, posters, and other images for a website and to support the promotion of our key 2021 training events. The designed images will be used on a number of platforms including website, social media and email/contact marketing. You will receive a receive a certificate of appreciation.

  • Art and design
  • Web and graphic design

    When my son Nathan was diagnosed with cerebral palsy, he was only nine months old. The news was devastating to my family and I felt like my life was over. Feeling lost, out of my depth, and alone, I struggled for years seeking answers. This search has led me to become one of the leading voices of advocacy for children with disabilities and their families in my country. Today, what began as a 'tragedy' has become a movement that is transforming my nation of Jamaica. Over this time, I have become present to the knowledge that there are millions of children with disabilities all over the world whose parents are in need of the information and support that we provide. This volunteer opportunity will support us in updating our websites and creating [promotional materials for our 2021 events. Your contribution will help us to grow our audience, increase disability sensitization, and strengthen our voice of advocacy and raise much-needed income.

  • Volunteers: 1 needed

  • 6-10 hours per week / 6 weeks

    Excellent graphic design skills 2-3 years of work experience as a graphic designer. To be able to work to a brief, solve problems creatively and adapt their style. Creativity and imagination. To enjoy creative work.

  • Jamaica

  • English
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