Having a memorable nonprofit logo is critical in making a good first impression on potential donors. Your organization relies on people remembering who you are, what your purpose is, and ultimately making a donation. A good logo is able to do all of this in a single image.
What makes a good nonprofit logo?
A well designed nonprofit logo visually communicates your organization’s mission and purpose. It should make a lasting impression on the people you’re trying to reach so your logo eventually becomes synonymous with your nonprofit’s purpose.
Whether you’re starting a new nonprofit, or rebranding an existing one, you can find a lot of inspiration for your logo by looking at the logos of other nonprofit organizations. To help you get started, we’ve curated a list of what we think are some of the best nonprofit logos. As you go through our list, be sure to read the insights from members of our design and marketing teams to learn what makes these logos so great.
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Animal organization logos
|American Wild Horse Campaign|
|Nebraska Humane Society|
|The Humane Society|
|The Jane Goodall Institute|
|The Nonhuman Rights Project Inc.|
|World Wild Life Fund|
Arts, culture & humanities organization logos
Community organization logos
Environmental organization logos
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Food, agriculture & nutrition organization logos
Health care organization logos
|Amref Health Africa|
|Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation|
|Partners in Health|
Housing organization logos
|Habitat for Humanity|
|New York City Housing Authority|
|Virginia Housing Development Authority|
Human services organization logos
|Every Child Oregon|
|Educators Institute for Human Rights|
|Human Rights Campaign|
|Love Takes Root|
|Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights|