Our Brochure and Logo
Brochure updated September 2012! PRF Brochure
In September 2012, PRF produced a brand new brochure – with a whole new look! We have now updated this centerpiece of information to include more recent photos of children and more programs that we now have, including the clinical drug trials and translation programs. We’ve come so far since PRF was formed in 1999 when our original brochure was made, and this new pamphlet really shows it! Using a wonderfully colorful design, the brochure also answers basic questions about Progeria and emphasizes that research on Progeria could help millions who suffer from heart disease and other aging-related conditions.
A heartfelt thanks to all those who provided pro bono services to make this new brochure a reality: Our friends Melanie Hoffman of Brandnu Marketing in Addison, TX, Julie Pritchard of JCR Design in Foxboro, MA, and Jeff Maxwell and family of Regina Printing in Belleville, NJ .
If you’d like to receive a hard copy, please email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org
An opened rose carried by a seagull flying upward symbolizes hope and inspiration. The background is Sam’s hand print symbolizing the fact that this syndrome afflicts children, most of whom never reach adulthood. Marie Migliaccio, a graphic designer who has known Sam since birth, lovingly created the artwork, which Julie Pritchard incorporated into our new logo.