UNICEF's 2015 Audrey Hepburn Society Ball
O’Neil has been honored to collaborate with the U.S. Fund for UNICEF on a number of key print materials for their fundraising events. Each of these pieces are meticulously printed with elegant production touches and careful paper selection to ensure a compelling experience from start to finish.
UNICEF’s Audrey Hepburn Society Ball celebrates the outstanding humanitarian leaders that makes the organization’s work possible and also raises critical funds for continuing the work in the future. This year the ball honored Barbara Bush, former First Lady of the United States and a resident of Houston since 1950, for being an extraordinary philanthropic leader who is committed to improving lives.
In collaboration with strategic creative firm, Rule29, O’Neil printed the save the date and invitations. With such an important person being honored, UNICEF asked that the entire invitation experience spoke to the first lady’s class and prestige, while also communicating the elegance of the event and the important work of UNICEF. Rule29 and UNICEF chose a presidential blue with gold accents as the color palate and created an event logo to communicate the honor of the event.
The U.S. Fund for UNICEF fights to defend the rights of every child, and O’Neil Printing has been honored to print a number of their key event invitations and print materials.
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