February 25, 2013
Anna’s Angels, a Triangle-based non-profit that supports Down syndrome research at Duke Children’s Hospital, is pleased to announce the launch of its new website, at www.annas-angels.org as well as a new brand identity. The website and logo identity package were designed by the Raleigh based marketing and advertising firm, queue.
“We are thrilled with the new website and logo and are very appreciative of the tremendous time and creativity queue donated to this project”, said Anna’s Angels founder and Director Michelle Pfeiffer. “The new website is more modern and functional and will help tremendously in our efforts to raise research funds that will improve the cognitive and communicative ability of individuals with Down syndrome.”
queue President Juana Quick said she was also pleased with the new logo design and website for Anna’s Angels.
“The new logo gives the organization a wonderfully refreshed look and feel,” said Quick. “Our goal was to design a navigable website that provides information about the important work that Anna’s Angels Foundation does as well as serve as a resource for people who want to learn more about Down syndrome. We think it does a great job on all fronts, and are happy that the client is thrilled with the final product.”
Anna’s Angels was started by Pfeiffer and her husband, Andrew Merrills following the birth of their second child, Anna, who has Down syndrome. Each year, the organization hosts a variety of events to raise funds for research at Duke. This year, the 10th annual Anna’s Angels Gala on March 9 will feature Fox television’s Glee star, Lauren Potter, who has Down syndrome. Anna’s Angels also hosts an annual fashion show as well as a number of other events. All proceeds raised by Anna’s Angels go directly to Duke.
For more information about Anna’s Angels, visit www.annas-angels.org or contact Michelle Pfeiffer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-604-3350. For more information about queue, visit www.wearequeue.com.