Designing new resources/images for our rebrand

Designing new resources/images for our rebrand

Designing new resources/images for our rebrand
Students Against Dangerous Driving

Estimated Time: 1 - 4 Weeks Over

Students Against Dangerous Driving is a charity that empowers young kiwis to prevent deaths and serious injuries on our roads. We are rebranding and have changed our name to Kaitiaki o Ara (guardians/caretakers of our roads/path), while still integrating SADD. We are in the process of designing new resources, posters, stickers, images, merchandise to portray our new brand and messaging. If you have graphic design, illustration talents can you please contact me to help us design our resources so they can convey key messages, achieve our vision and help us impact our communities. We have a budget to pay for services, we just need the right designers to help us with our designs.

Working location

We can meet virtually, so can be anywhere in New Zealand

Proposed project steps with time estimates

We have already done the planning and have the ideas for what we need, we just need a designer, illustrator to help us make it happen before March 2023.

What We Have In Place

We have the plan for resources

Students Against Dangerous Driving
Good Cause
Health - Children
Wellbeing - Children
SADD exists to empower young Kiwis to prevent road trauma. SADD is a student led, peer to peer programme that gives youth a voice to effect and inspire safe road user behaviours. SADD supports and provides a platform for youth to amplify safe road user messages to their communities.
What we Do
New Zealand youth form SADD committees in Schools. Students use problem solving processes to develop innovative, relevant and meaningful activities to support young Kiwis to develop safer, lifelong road user behaviours. The SADD team provide guidance and support using best practice, evidence based, road safety education approaches to influence their peers and wider community to positively promote safe road user behaviours. SADD is supported by teachers, other community volunteers and road safety partners to run activities and events promoting our six principles of safe road use. We encourage whole of community approaches to reduce the incidence and severity of harm caused by road trauma.