Hallmark Foundation launches branding and website

‘Ageing well’ is the focus of the independent charitable foundation’s brand identity and website unveiled this month. Hallmark Foundation established in 2020 will be making grants to charities, researchers and innovators so that everyone can age well

Hallmark Foundation has worked with the agency Evokeu to create a brand, identity and website for the charitable foundation.

The new brand and website go live in September 2021 and aim to raise the profile of Hallmark Foundation and its work investing in the future of care so everyone can age well.

Stephen Burke, CEO of Hallmark Foundation, said: “We were pleased to work with Evokeu and are delighted with the results of their team’s hard work. The brand is dynamic and caring and reflects how the foundation’s grants can help charities, researchers and innovators and their projects fly to improve care. Over the coming months and years we will be developing our work and identity to help achieve our vision of a Britain where everyone can age well, every step of the way.”

Since 2020 when Hallmark Foundation became a registered independent charitable foundation, it has made grants of more than £250,000 to charities and partnerships working to improve care, support the care workforce and promote quality care for all.

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