The challenge of the report was striking a balance between showing all of the creative, innovative ways HACSB uses its resources to help others, while imparting that there is still a real need for funding and support.
By highlighting HACSB's bigger efforts within a cleanly designed and well-organized layout, the report is engaging, enlightening, and makes a great piece for rallying support.
We the Creative principal Joven Orozco said, “Our goal was to create an informative, compelling report that gives an overview of HACSB services and their mission - something that a Congressman, a contractor or a potential stakeholder could pick up and immediately understand the good the agency does, not just for residents, but for the larger community.”
In late 2010, Southern California Edison awarded its first and largest MASH Track 2 Grant ($1,840,000) to HACSB for this innovative project, which incorporates solar retrofits atop 100 of the community's rooftops, green job training and creation as well as ongoing solar production monitoring and green outreach.
Families at the site have also been learning about conservation measures including the benefits of solar power and conserving energy," states Susan Benner, HACSB's President/CEO.