We’re happy to unveil a new look here at imaworldhealth.org. We’ve updated our logo, colors and added a more detailed map to better illustrate how your support of IMA has improved health around the world.
As you may know, IMA launched a design contest last summer to help us create a new logo that better represented what IMA is all about. After much deliberation and tweaking, this winning design – created by designer Subha Islam of India – was chosen to be IMA’s new look.
What it means
The blue circle represents the world. The people in the center represent IMA’s long history of partnership, as well as the many people IMA serves; the medical cross they form shows our focus on health and medical care. Finally, the bright shade of green has been carried over from IMA’s previous logo, as green has been a key part of IMA’s identity since we were founded in 1960.
The transition to the new logo will be gradual and take about a year, as we want to be good stewards of the printed materials we already have.
We hope you’re as excited as we are about this new look! As we make this transition, please rest assured that IMA is still the same efficient, faith-based, compassionate organization that we’ve always been. We’re so thankful for all of your support and partnership both in the past and as we move forward!
Questions or comments?
Feel free to contact our communications department any time to discuss the change.
410-635-8743 or email Christopher Glass, Senior Communications Officer