The Big Hearts under the Big Sky program has released a new logo to commemorate the 10th Anniversary of service! “We are very excited about this NEW look to the old logo and we are even more excited to be celebrating our tenth year of service” said Mike Garcia, Chairman of the Big Hearts program.
“We contracted with Monica Cederberg of Copper City Creative to modify the old logo to incorporate the excitement and pride we feel in having entered our tenth year of service, and I think she knocked it out of the park” said Mac Minard, Executive Director for the Montana Outfitters and Guides Association and the Big Hearts program.
We will use this logo throughout the year during fundraisers and events and we will use it on all the materials related to the Banquet scheduled for January 1, 2018 in Helena” said Minard.
The Mission of Big Hearts under the Big Sky is to provide, through charitable organizations, high quality outdoor adventures with MOGA Member Outfitters, at NO COST to those who have provided extraordinary service to our country and those who face the challenge of a life threatening illness.
We are Montana’s PREMIERE charity serving MILITARY service men and women, CHILDREN who face a life-threatening illness and WOMEN who battle breast cancer. Since 2008, BHUBS program has served 49 families/groups totaling 321 people, involving 32 MOGA Outfitter businesses and accounting for $327,500 in donated Montana Outdoor adventures.
Benefits of the Big Hearts program extend far beyond the hunt or catch; spirits are healed, capabilities and confidence expands, a sense of purpose is rediscovered, and families are restored.
Mac Minard, MOGA Executive Director said “We are delighted with the new look; we think it captures the Big Hearts brand, its tie to MOGA and the family oriented nature of the service we provide. Best of all it celebrates a decade of service.
For permission to use the Big Hearts under the Big Sky Logo please contact the MOGA office at 406.449.3578 or email@example.com.
Contact: Mac Minard
406 449-3578 (office)
406 439-2059 (cell)