A Day For Women and Girls
For the past six years, Dot Think has had the pleasure of supporting The Fund For Women & Girls Annual Luncheon, hosted by Fairfield County’s Community Foundation. This year it was a sold out event featuring speaker, educator, and activist Professor Anita Faye Hill.
Through Fairfield County’s Community Foundation’s Fund for Women & Girls, individuals and organizations are coming together to invest in sustainable solutions that support the safety, health, and economic security of women and girls across Fairfield County. Over three decades, philanthropy has fueled more than $8 million in grants through our Fund for Women & Girls, improving futures for tens of thousands of women and girls in Fairfield County.
Dot Think supports this event by developing stunning visuals and innovative branding:
- Printed invitation package
- Event graphics including staging
- Website support
- Streaming support
- Social media
- Email marketing
Conveying the passion, poise, power, and pride of these women and girls, Dot Think’s creative team built a seamless and visually stunning experience across virtual and physical graphics. Our design focused on building an inviting, engaging, and classic atmosphere that spoke to the energy and ethos of the luncheon and its elite attendees.
The result of Dot Think’s hard work was a superlative event that was demonstrative of the invaluable purpose behind the event. That purpose being the girls of our community. And that community being our future.
Thanks to the phenomenal photographer Olivier J-P Kpognon for capturing the event.
Fairfield County’s Community Foundation
Together We Thrive
As a nonprofit partner and thought leader since 1992, Fairfield County’s Community Foundation brings together passionate people and trusted resources to solve the region’s challenges through innovative, collaborative solutions. The goal is to close the opportunity gap in Fairfield County by eliminating disparities in income, education, employment, housing and health.
Learn more about Fairfield County’s Community Foundation.
Dot Think Design
As a woman-owned & operated agency based in Fairfield County, Connecticut, Dot Think Design serves businesses and nonprofit organizations across the US with branding and marketing strategy, print and web design, social media and email campaigns. Clients include the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, Harvard Business School Precision Medicine Accelerator, Lululemon and more.