Jory&Co wins design brief with charity protecting and enhancing biodiversity.

Charity the Ecological Restoration Fund (ERF) has appointed purpose-driven design studio Jory&Co to create its new visual identity, including developing a new logo and website.

The ERF, established in 2022, provides support to environmental organisations working to mitigate ecological breakdown, such as non-profits that promote biodiversity and restore degraded ecosystems.

The ERF founder Daniel Hotz says: “We’re in the midst of a biodiversity crisis, and we want to become one of the most ambitious grant-makers in the fight against it. Our visual identity, including our website, is key to this, showcasing what we stand for and the impact of our work, as well as shaping how we’re seen.”

“It was essential for us to partner with a design studio that has outstanding creative and technical ability, and that aligns with our values. Jory&Co’s track record of innovative and impactful work for organisations tackling the world’s biggest challenges is second to none. We’re excited to see how they take our visual ID to the next level.”

Ben Jory, founder and creative director at Jory&Co, adds: “We’re extremely proud to be partnering with the ERF on this changemaking project. The organisation is hugely ambitious and we’re thrilled to be supporting its mission to rejuvenate degraded landscapes and promote local environmental activism around the globe.

“We’re passionate about using our brilliant design to make a positive impact, and this project, and partnership, certainly fits the bill.”

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