Capstone Community Action

Building a new name & identity

Central Vermont Community Action Council had outgrown its name as it looked to continue to grow and serve all Vermonters. CVCAC turned to Leonine to help find a new name and brand for the organization. Leonine worked with the board of directors and management team to rename the organization and build the new brand from the ground up. To celebrate the launch of Capstone Community Action, Leonine planned and organized a community kick off party.

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Hunger Free Vermont

School meals campaign hub and video

Hunger Free Vermont works to end the injustice of hunger and malnutrition for all Vermonters. To help spread their message, HFVT enlisted Leonine to write and produce a short animated video supporting the need for all Vermont children to have access to healthy meals at school. Leonine also designed and built a special landing page to host the video and serve as the school meals hub.

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Alt media conference

Because democracy matters

We worked with Goddard College to help bring the famous 1970s Alt Media conference back to life in 2013. Leonine built the conference agenda from the ground up, designing all of the conference materials while handling all of the promotion for the event including producing a short video designed to engage a younger audience.

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The Alchemist Fund

A simple and elegant approach to an investment site

The Alchemist Fund takes a focused and patient approach to investing and when it wanted a website to reflect that approach, they turned to Leonine. While simple at its core, the site illustrates a complex approach to capital.

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Alliance for a healthier VT

Social Media Strategy and Design

When the Alliance for Healthier Vermont was fighting to pass legislation taxing sugar-loaded drinks, they called on Leonine to run its social media campaign to stand up to big soda. One of the most successful posts from the campaign was a video that highlights the unhealthy levels of sugar in soda by challenging someone to eat the same amount of sugar as you drink in a mountain dew. In 48 hours, the sugar eating video was played over 53,000 times, collected more than 2,500 shares, likes and comments, and reached over 130,000 people.

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