Connections Spotlight — New look, sharpened focus coming to Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth

| March 30, 2021


By the Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth

We are excited to announce that NAU’s Visual Design Lab students helped us redesign our logo in preparation of our 50th anniversary next year.

The colors and design reflect CCC&Y’s Mission Statement (We ignite collective action that creates better lives for children and families) and our Purpose Statement (We imagine a world where every person lives in peace and is supported by a thriving, resilient community).

Teal combines the calming properties of blue with the renewal qualities of green. It is a revitalizing and rejuvenating color that also represents open communication and clarity of thought.

Turquoise {or teal} helps to open the lines of communication between the heart and the spoken word. It presents as a friendly and happy color enjoying life. In color psychology, the color turquoise controls and heals the emotions creating emotional balance and stability.

Look for more changes to appear on CCC&Y’s website and weekly e-newsletter in the coming weeks as we improve our communications and make resources more accessible.

As part of those changes, please take advantage of the following new membership options:

About the Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth — For nearly 50 years, CCC&Y has acted as the county-wide communication link, bridging supports and services for children and youth.  Through advocacy, prevention, education and community partnership building, CCC&Y has built a strong, extensive network of families, providers, leaders and communities all striving to improve the lives of young people. In 2020, CCC&Y received a capacity building grant from Vitalyst Health Foundation to help the Coalition to increase its capacity and effectiveness by telling its unique and authentic story. The grant allowed CCC&Y to work with Phoenix-based Javelina, an organization that helps clients create social, political and economic change through marketing and other strategies.

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