Did you notice something different? I hope so. Today, I am proud to reveal Project Transitions' new logo. After more than two decades, we decided to retire the old logo and adopt a new design, as our mission has greatly evolved. The new logo clearly communicates who we are and what we do: Project Transitions serves people living with HIV/AIDS by providing supportive living, housing and hospice in compassionate and caring environments.
When we first opened our doors 26 years ago, it was common for our clients to succumb to AIDS on a daily basis. Some of our long term supporters recall the days when friends and loved ones would walk into Doug's House-- our hospice facility-- and never leave. Now, we are literally saving lives. Clients enter our hospice care, and they usually walk out the front door once their medications effectively treat the virus.
As medications have improved, our mission has evolved as well. Since our clients are living longer and healthier lives, demand for transitional housing and supportive care has skyrocketed. I believe our logo reflects the new reality that our community is facing. Our new logo features a house, warmly wrapped by the red ribbon-- the universal symbol for people living with HIV/AIDS.
|Becca & Andy Thomas
I would like to thank Becca and Andy Thomas for hosting a special logo reveal party Wednesday night for some of our strongest supporters.
I truly hope this logo will communicate our commitment to those who are living with HIV/AIDS.