30 Best Fundraiser Logo Design Ideas You Should Check

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Created by Elniño | https://dribbble.com/shots/4115393-Puerto-Rico

Fundraiser logo design is an important aspect of any fundraising campaign. A well-designed logo can help to create a strong brand identity, increase visibility, and establish credibility with potential donors. Fundraiser logos are typically used on promotional materials such as flyers, social media posts, and email newsletters to help raise awareness about the campaign and encourage donations.

The history of fundraising dates back to the early 20th century, when charities began using direct mail campaigns to solicit donations. At that time, fundraising logos were typically simple and straightforward, featuring the name of the organization and a brief description of the cause.

Over time, fundraising campaigns became more sophisticated, and logos began to play a more prominent role in branding and marketing efforts. In the 1970s and 1980s, for example, charities began using television and radio ads to reach a wider audience, and logos became more important in helping to establish a recognizable and memorable brand identity. Today, fundraising logos come in many different forms, from simple text-based designs to complex graphics that incorporate imagery related to the cause. 

When designing a fundraising logo, it's important to consider the target audience and the goals of the campaign. For example, a fundraising campaign targeting younger donors might use bold colors and modern typography to appeal to a more tech-savvy audience, while a campaign targeting older donors might use more traditional design elements to create a sense of trust and reliability.

Here are some of the best fundraiser logo design ideas you can reference:


1. Bluegrass at the Brewery

Created by Brittany Erin Appel | https://dribbble.com/shots/4550205-Bluegrass-at-the-Brewery
One way to create a professional logo design is by using black and white. Both are monochrome colors that are identical to classy, minimalism, and modern look. You can also create a luxurious design with both colors. Add some details about your fundraising program. For example, you may want to add a short description of the mission of your program. 


2. Marv's Friends

Created by Rob Halford | https://dribbble.com/shots/10585357-Saving-Australia-s-Wildlife
Your professional fundraising logo should convey the message of your fundraising mission. For example, if you are trying to save the wildlife of Australia, a paw logo made of the Australian continent will create a nice logo. Use colors that will represent the wildlife. For example, use green for the background since green is the color of nature.


3. All Kids Bike

Created by Emily Ashley | https://dribbble.com/shots/14286062-All-Kids-Bike-Run-Bike-Virtual-Fundraiser-Logo

Simplicity will be everything when you need to create a professional logo. A simple fundraising logo with some details or ornaments in a circle will ease everyone into understanding the message behind your logo. Simplicity also means fewer colors are used in the logo. Two colors will be enough to make a simple yet professional fundraising logo.


4. Kelly and Justin's

Created by Dan Deming-Henes | https://dribbble.com/shots/19058766-Kelly-and-Justin-s-Fundraising-Spectacular

A fundraising logo is supposed to help you gather a specific amount of money. Why don't you write the amount of money you need on the logo? This way, people will know how much money you need and may want to help a little. Make sure that the numbers are clearly visible so that everyone seeing the logo will help.


5. Wear Blue Campaign

Created by Leah Beachy | https://dribbble.com/shots/11035605-Wear-Blue-Campaign

The theme of your fundraising project should affect the design, image, and color of your logo. For example, if your logo is about to make people wear blue, then make sure that your fundraising logo is dominated by shades of blue. Use different shades of blue to color only the logo and typography. Leave the background white so everyone can focus on the logo.


6. Every Meal

Created by Petra Lee | https://dribbble.com/shots/14972182-Every-Meal

To fight starvation, your logo should contain something to eat. It should be a healthy food that will help people see that your program will help those who starve. An apple or any other fruit can be a nice option for the logo. Fruit is fresh and healthy and will make people want to donate to help kids in need.


7. Dinner for Justice

Created by James Lewis-Van Vorst | https://dribbble.com/shots/3413793-Dinner-for-Justice

Any element you put on the fundraising logo should help people understand the main focus of your program. A fundraising program for justice needs to use a specific element, like a pillar. And if you are going to use another element, place it inside the pillar. This way, you'll get an ideal logo for the program.


8. For Fort Worth

Created by Bright Coal | https://dribbble.com/shots/16961957-For-Fort-Worth-Campaign-for-Trademark-Church

There is a formula for creating a professional fundraising logo. If you are going to use many colors, don't create a complex design for the logo and vice versa. So, if you want your fundraising logo to have some different fonts and elements, use no more than three colors. Red, blue, and ivory or bone will be enough to color your fundraising logo.


9. CCA Annual Fundraiser 2017

Created by Sean Swanson | https://dribbble.com/shots/3200259-CCA-Annual-Fundraiser-2017

What is the main focus of your fundraising program? If it is related to the sea and ocean, then you need to consider using blue. Use it as the color of the frame or the background. And then pick contrasting colors like red and white for the foreground. The contrasting colors will make people focus on the foreground.


10. Change for the Pov

Created by MJR Creative Group | https://dribbble.com/shots/5680403-Change-for-the-Pov

A fundraising program can be fun with a fun logo. To create a fun logo, always use vibrant colors. Yellow, blue, and red are the primary colors that will create a fun and exciting logo for your business. Since there are enough colors for the logo, pick white for the background.


11. Making Miles Matter

Created by Leigh Stanfield | https://dribbble.com/shots/4926333-Making-Miles-Matter-Logo-ALS

A fundraising logo should be able to motivate and persuade people. To create such a logo, you need to use words that will make people think positively and do something good. For example, you may want to use words like 'never quit.' This way, everyone who sees your logo will be motivated to do their best.


12. Thorward Progress

Created by Paul Tuorto | https://dribbble.com/shots/3830675-Thorward-Progress
Is it possible to create a fundraising logo with an old-school look? By combining some colors and old-school fonts, you will get a fascinating fundraising logo.

For example, combine copper, black, and white, and you'll make your old-school logo look more elegant. The old-school fonts accentuate the vintage look of your fundraising logo.


13. The Giving Hand Society

Created by Ahmed Rumon | https://dribbble.com/shots/19550219-Non-profit-Organization-Logo-Giving-Hand-Logo-G-letter-Logo

Usually, a brand with the term 'hand' is going to have a hand illustration or symbol on the logo. But actually, you don't have to do the same. You may want to use some curves that will represent two hands, one on top of another. This unique logo is going to show that your program is about gift-giving.


14. Linwood Strong

Created by John Duggan | https://dribbble.com/shots/6585168-Linwood-Strong

Many people use two elements to create a logo. The two elements you can use on your fundraising logo include leaves and a heart. Use the leaves to create a heart shape for your logo. A heart shape symbolizes many things. It can represent love, life, and affection. You need to adjust the color of the logo with the typography color.


15. Finger Lakes Challenge

Created by Lisa Mulrooney | https://dribbble.com/shots/2572059-Finger-Lakes-Challenge

If you want a simple circle logo for your fundraising program, then create two circles. Fill the outside circle with the name of the program, and then fill the inside circle with the main focus of your fundraising program. This simple logo will ease people in understanding the logo quickly.


16. Safe Corner

Created by Abedin Joy | https://dribbble.com/shots/19327471-Safe-Corner-Logo

How can you create a fundraising logo that focuses on the safety of people and the environment? By using an icon that has some different perspectives. For example, use an icon that makes people believe they see a tree. But make sure that the icon also makes people see a human or a man on it.


17. Socalth

Created by Design Burg24 | https://dribbble.com/shots/20635477-Modern-Community-Logo-Design

Pick an element that will make people focus on the logo you create. If your fundraising logo gets a dark color for the background, white for the typography will make it look ideal. Make it look more stunning by adding a colorful object next to the typography. The colorful object will draw attention so that your audience will be interested to read the typography.


18. Support Man Buns

Created by Tanner Cole Freeman | https://dribbble.com/shots/3128249-Cancer-Fundraiser

Since the logo is going to focus on man buns, then the fundraising logo should have an illustration of a man bun. It can be a simple sketch with some lines and curves. Use colors that make the logo look awesome when it is applied to different objects. For example, if you want to create a sticker with the logo, the colors shouldn't be transparent so that everyone can see the stickers easily.


19. Onation

Created by Ahmed Rumon | https://dribbble.com/shots/18296659-community-logo-Donation-logo-

Don't use too many colors on one logo. That will be the main rule to follow when creating a professional logo. However, you can use many colors on a logo if the object you are coloring has a small size. And since the element of your logo has many different colors, the background should be white or black. 


20. SpareWeb

Created by Leo | https://dribbble.com/shots/6297486-SpareWeb

A heart shape allows you to create various logos. For example, you can create a WiFi icon with a heart shape. Your logo may look simple, but people will fall in love with it. Make sure that your logo has a combination of cool and warm colors. Blue and yellow are n excellent examples to consider.


21. Flourish

Created by Dingbat Co | https://dribbble.com/shots/4990366-Flourish-Brand

Flowers come in various species, and each species has a different shape of petals. Combine two different petals on your logo when you try to create a logo that involves flowers. Flowers are the symbol of happiness and romanticism. Make sure that your logo represents the same thing by using pastel colors.


22. UDonate

Created by Vadim Carazan | https://dribbble.com/shots/18956656-Logo-concept-for-uDonate-for-sale

T wo very simple icons can create a cool logo design for your fundraising program. For example, a purple heart and a pink waterdrop will convey a specific message. People will see that their donation can help save other people's life. So, make sure that you pick the simple elements or icons very carefully.


23. Aiddrop

Created by Daniel Rotter | https://dribbble.com/shots/20098237-Aiddrop-Proof-of-Donation

Mostly, people use a waterdrop with a tapered tip on the top. Make your fundraising logo look super special by using the waterdrop icon upside-down. It is going to make people wonder about the message you are trying to convey.


24. Donsplus

Created by Jabir j3 | https://dribbble.com/shots/7040122-Donsplus-Logo

Use a photo for the background of your professional fundraising logo. A nice photo of a hand donating a penny will be enough to motivate people to do the same. Make sure that the background photo only has one color so that people can easily read the typography you add to the logo.


25. Ales for Tails Pub Crawl 2019

Created by Susie Howard | https://dribbble.com/shots/6976915-Ales-for-Tails-Pub-Crawl-2019

A professional logo doesn't have to be very serious. One unique idea to try is creating a fundraising logo with an animal on the logo. And then make the animal do something according to the mission of your logo. A unique idea to consider is a couple of dogs sitting and sipping the drink they hold using their tails.


26. Jacob Holt

Created by Ryan David Curtis | https://dribbble.com/shots/4335220-Logo-for-a-Golf-Fundraiser

  A ribbon is the symbol of cancer disease. If your fundraising program focuses on cancer diseases, then you need to consider creating a unique ribbon shape and then adding it to the logo. Each cancer disease has a different color for the ribbon. Use the color that matches the focus of your fundraising program.


27. Kicktake

Created by Daniel Ayers | https://dribbble.com/shots/17488217-Kicktake

A professional fundraising logo is also about how to make your logo look simple but eye-catching. If many people use a heart shape on top of their logo, it makes your heart shape look totally different. Use comforting colors for the logo, like sky blue for the background of a white logo and typography.


28. Stronger Than Cancer

Created by Stewart Design | https://dribbble.com/shots/3675674-Stronger-Than-Cancer

Most cancer patients around the world are female. And if your fundraising program focuses on female cancer patients, then the pink logo will be a great idea to consider. Feel free to use a ribbon as the object of your logo or a pink flower that symbolizes women and femininity.


29. I’ve Donated

Created by Lorena G | https://dribbble.com/shots/5954891-by

The circle or any other shape you use on the logo should have a meaning. This circle logo creates a heart shape and illustrates two hands shaking each other. This is a brilliant way to convey a special message: show your love by donating.


30. Isla Del Encanto

Created by Elniño | https://dribbble.com/shots/4115393-Puerto-Rico

The objects on your professional fundraising logo should come with a beautiful meaning. For example, if the logo is about a gorgeous island, consider adding the flag of that island to the logo. Also, add something that will represent the island, like a bird or another nature element identical to the island. Monochromatic colors will be enough to make the logo look professional and awesome at once.


Frequently Ask Questions

What are some examples of successful fundraiser logo designs?

There are many successful fundraiser logo designs that have helped to raise awareness and funds for a variety of causes. Some examples include the pink ribbon for breast cancer awareness, the red ribbon for HIV/AIDS awareness, and the LiveStrong yellow wristband for cancer research. These logos are simple yet powerful, incorporating strong colors and clear symbolism that resonate with audiences. Other successful fundraiser logos include the Make-A-Wish Foundation's shooting star logo, the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital's child silhouette logo, and the American Heart Association's red heart logo. These logos all effectively convey the mission and values of the organizations they represent and have become widely recognized symbols of their respective causes.

Should my fundraiser logo design evoke specific emotions or feelings?

Yes, it can be beneficial for a fundraiser logo design to evoke specific emotions or feelings in potential donors. Emotions like compassion, empathy, and hope can inspire individuals to donate and support the cause. For example, a fundraiser logo for a children's hospital might use bright and cheerful colors to evoke a sense of hope and optimism, while a fundraiser logo for an animal rescue organization might use images of animals in need to evoke feelings of compassion and empathy. Ultimately, the goal of a fundraiser logo is to connect with potential donors on an emotional level and inspire them to take action in support of the cause.

Should my fundraiser logo design include any specific imagery or icons related to the cause?

Yes, incorporating specific imagery or icons related to the cause can be a powerful way to connect with potential donors and raise awareness about the campaign. For example, a fundraiser logo for an environmental organization might include images of trees or wildlife, while a fundraiser logo for a cancer charity might include a ribbon icon. These symbols help to visually communicate the cause and create an emotional connection with the audience. However, it is important to ensure that any imagery or icons used are appropriate and do not perpetuate harmful stereotypes or messaging.

How do I choose the right colors for my fundraiser logo design?

Choosing the right colors for your fundraiser logo design involves considering the emotional associations that different colors can evoke. For example, blue is often associated with trust and reliability, while green is associated with nature and health. It's important to consider the audience you are targeting and the message you want to convey when selecting colors for your logo. Additionally, it's important to ensure that your color choices are consistent with your overall branding strategy and any existing color schemes.

Can I use my fundraiser logo design to create a sense of urgency or time sensitivity for the cause?

Yes, using your fundraiser logo design to create a sense of urgency or time sensitivity can be an effective way to encourage donations and support for the cause. Including elements like a countdown clock or the phrase "Limited Time" can create a sense of urgency and encourage potential donors to take action before it's too late. Additionally, incorporating language like "Every dollar counts" or "Join us now" can also create a sense of urgency and encourage immediate action. It's important to strike a balance between urgency and sensitivity, however, and to ensure that your messaging is clear and straightforward.


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