It’s a busy week with the emphasis on following up from the successful launch of the new logo.
After a busy Saturday night launching our logo at the Rhino’s play offs against Wakefield – my first job is to upload all the images that were taken with Ronnie Rhino onto our Facebook site – which I discover is a time consuming job. It was satisfying to see how many children and adults visited our Facebook page to see their photo.
The rest of my day is ensuring that the correct logo is now used on all communications – email signatures, Just Giving page, You Tube and letterheads. This task takes up quite a bit of time throughout the week. Our website, twitter and facebook were switched over on the day of the launch.
My first meeting of the day was cancelled which gives me some spare time to dedicate to updating information on the website with all the events that are up and coming with schools etc. I also helped pull together an organisation structure for Leon Crick.
To help raise further funds for the Foundation, I spend some of my day setting up our account on MissionFish which allows charities to raise money on eBay. Not only will we be able to sell some of merchandise directly with eBay but anyone selling products on the internet will be able to donate some of their profits to the Foundation.
The first product to go live on our eBay account is Tshirt signed by our vice president, Matthew Lewis, who played Neville Longbottom in Harry Potter – which I photograph in preparation.
Following the launch of the new logo I pulled together some brand guidelines which informs anyone who uses the logo on promotional material etc how to use it, colours etc. After it receives the approval from the designer of the logo I distribute it to all relevant parties.
Is a home day, which proved to be an exciting day when Leeds Rhinos beat Catalan Dragons.