Today, PACE Center for Girls was named the newest winner of Wingard Creative’s pro-bono program, The Wishing Well. In 2015, Wingard Creative will provide PACE with in-kind creative services (such as graphic design, website development, and copywriting) valued at $25,000.

“We’re very excited to partner with PACE to develop fresh creative strategies that will help raise awareness for its network of centers throughout Florida,” said Christopher Ball, CEO of Wingard Creative. “Our mission for 2015 is to help PACE deliver its message to girls who can benefit from its services, as well as donors who can provide vital financial support.”

“On behalf of the 19 PACE Centers across Florida and more than 2,000 girls and their families that PACE serves each year, we are honored to be the recipient of Wingard Creative’s Wishing Well award,” said Mary Marx, CEO of PACE Center for Girls. “As PACE grows to help even more girls, we are embarking on a new branding and marketing strategy to ensure that more girls and their families are aware of what PACE offers. The creative leadership that Wingard Creative is providing through this generous award will ensure that even more girls can achieve their full potential.”

In addition to providing PACE with $25,000 in creative services, the Wishing Well program will allow all full-time employees of Wingard Creative to use 12 hours of company time for volunteer projects of their choice in 2015.

About PACE Center for Girls:
Founded in 1985 in Jacksonville, Florida, PACE Center for Girls serves more than 2,000 at-risk girls annually in 19centers throughout the state of Florida. PACE has received national recognition for its research-based model of program delivery, including academic support, counseling, and life-skills training. The organization is in the midst of an ambitious strategic growth plan called Vision 20/20 with major investments by the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation, Social Innovation Fund, and True North Fund.