Cape Wellness Collaborative Unveils New Logo

Filed Under: Health Care, Non Profit News

Cape Wellness Collaborative (CWC), a Cape Cod-based 501(c)(3) offering free-of-charge integrative wellness therapies and support for anyone on Cape Cod and the Islands facing cancer, has unveiled a new logo and brand identity.

new logThe new logo, designed by Vervaine Design Studio, is an evolution of the organization’s original tree icon. The four floral shapes symbolize the organization’s tight-knit community, new beginnings, hope, and boundless optimism. According to CWC Chief Executive Officer Abigail Field,

“Our new symbol—a dynamic evolution of our original tree icon—not only honors our heart-centered origins but gives us space to grow as an organization.”

With their recent move to a larger office space in South Yarmouth and expanded program offerings, CWC has embraced organizational growth and increased its capacity to serve. 

“At CWC, we’re buzzing with excitement about our recent developments, including our stunning new community space in Yarmouth and the continuous expansion of our services and partnerships, all in support of Cape and Islands residents who are facing cancer,” said Field. “We’re confident that our revitalized brand identity will propel us towards an exciting future and encapsulate the commitment we have to our friends and neighbors facing cancer.  We remain focused on providing compassionate, quality, life-changing integrative care at no cost right here in our very own neighborhoods.”

For the past nine years, Cape Wellness Collaborative has provided integrative therapies to Cape Codders facing cancer.  Today, CWC serves nearly 800 people each year and partners with practitioners across the Cape to provide yoga, massage, acupuncture, and other therapies to relieve symptoms and side effects of treatment and recovery.  CWC also offers fresh, handcrafted nourishing meals (more than 7,000 served to date) and mental health support group. All programs are free of charge to members.

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