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Congratulations to the 2015 Give a Brand! winner:

The Max Warburg Courage Curriculum

The Max Warburg Courage Curriculum received the highest number of online votes in our annual competition and is the winner of a free brand makeover from Thinkso.

Tune in here on Friday, July 31 and see the entire Thinkso team and some of our sponsors strategize, write, design, and implement a new identity, website, and marketing collateral for this worthy charity—all in one day. You can also follow us on Twitter to stay up-to-date on our preparations for the big day and read the play-by-play the day of the event.

About the winner

The Max Warburg Courage Curriculum offers year-long language arts programs focused on reading books that inspire and engender courage in young people. The nonprofit is named for Max Warburg, a brave and determined young man who lost his battle to leukemia at age eleven. Since its inception in 1991, the program has expanded beyond the Boston area, not only being taught in 99% of Boston public middle schools but also in schools in Cambodia and the United Kingdom.
Learn more about the organization.

We would like to thank our other finalists for their participation in this year’s selection process. Learn more about them below.

Kids Come First Community Health Center

This community health center was founded in 1998 to address a shortage of pediatricians for the uninsured children in the Ontario, California area. From immunizations, dental services, and vision screenings to mental health services, health education, and literacy support, they have empowered thousands of families to raise healthy children and sustain better lifestyles.

Friends of the North Logan City Library

This small nonprofit supports the public library in North Logan, Utah through fundraising and leveraging local community resources. Founded in 1994, it is dedicated to drawing the public’s attention to library services, facilities, and needs.