Graphic design to help End Endometriosis

The American End of Endo Project signed up to Pimp My Cause in February looking for help with creating their visual brand and material for the website and merchandise.

They connected with May Linley, a graphic designer looking to use her skills to support good causes. And May has developed their logo and a t-shirt design for their use.

New End of Endo logo from volunteer graphic designer

May said, ''Working with Holly was an absolute joy, she communicated with me effectively and promptly, which made me feel great and I was happy to help her''.

Holly Sanneman, founder of American End of Endo Project, said “We are in the process of forming a charitable organization for the benefit of girls and women who suffer from a condition called endometriosis (endo).

“Although one in ten women are affected by this condition, it is misunderstood, underdiagnosed, and poorly-treated. Causing severe pain and often infertility, this horrendous condition's origin appears to be genetic and environmental. Our organization works to address healthcare industry disparities and to break down the myths of women's pain and clarify to the masses what a ‘normal’ versus ‘not normal’ period looks like.”

T-shirt designed by Pimp My Cause volunteer for End of Endo project

The American End of Endo Project is working to "Remove Barriers and Renew Hope" for women and girls in the United States who suffer from endometriosis by bridging the most common gaps people experience when seeking understandable information, diagnosis, and proper treatment of endometriosis. The materials that May has created will help them to achieve their aims.

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