“Canva for Work allows Stop Hunger Now to refine our brand,” Carolyn says, “Ensuring what we’re saying and showing supporters (or potential supporters) in California matches what we’re saying and showing those in India, and North Carolina, and South Africa, and so on.”
Stop Hunger Now use Canva-made images to illuminate stories of hope and promise. The creative team use Canva for Work to create powerful infographics. Carolyn explains that with Canva for Work, Stop Hunger Now can can change the scope of each design according to its intended audience. They have flexible Canva for Work templates, ready to demonstrate either a microview (the effect of hunger and extreme poverty on the individual) or a macroview (the effect on a national GDP, for example). In either case, it comes down to simple, visual storytelling.
Stop Hunger Now have only recently upgraded to Canva for Work, as a part of the Canva for Good initiative. However, Carolyn claims they are already seeing positive results for international collaboration. Approved photos and logos are now organized by folder, ready to drop into any project. Since configuring a Brand Kit, their chosen colors and fonts are the default when starting a Canva design. This saves time and energy, both being precious resources to any organisation.
“As a nonprofit, we haven’t had the budget for a program that allows us to exercise such control of our story,” says Carolyn. “Having a consistent visual identity helps unite our staff, volunteers, and donors across national boundaries in our shared vision of a world without hunger.”