Each week, Second Harvest feeds 50,000 people across eastern Washington and north Idaho. Recently, the nonprofit transformed a 21,000 square-foot warehouse across the street from its Spokane distribution center to create the Wolff Family Child Hunger Solution Center. The new space, which is dedicated to addressing child hunger, provided a unique opportunity to highlight the mission and values of the organization.
During the renovation, helveticka worked with the leadership of Second Harvest to review, develop, and refine their internal value statements. Once completed, we explored ways to express these values – both outside and inside their two facilities – to inspire and encourage employees, volunteers, and visitors. The new center’s facade now features the organization’s main purpose, one of its value statements, and an identification sign – all hand-painted. Additional value statements appear inside the facilities, along with three retro-inspired packaging labels. helveticka oversaw all design, development, fabrication, and installation.
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photo: J. Craig Sweat Photography