Florida Policy Institute seeks the services of a graphic design professional to create electronic and print materials that incorporate our branding and effectively convey policy research, advocacy messaging, and the impact of our organization.
Florida Policy Institute (FPI) will consider building a multi-year relationship with the selected designer to support our expected growth of policy messaging campaigns and will take into consideration the successful completion of the projects outlined in this RFP as we plan for additional design work in the years ahead.
FPI’s work is grounded in the fundamental belief that government has a role to play to help improve the lives of all the people it serves. We are deeply committed to public policies that recognize the needs of Floridians struggling to make ends meet, no matter their race, ethnicity, background, age, gender identity, sexual orientation or disability status. FPI prioritizes an inclusive and equitable workplace. People of color, people with disabilities, LGBTQ+ persons and people of other historically marginalized backgrounds are very strongly encouraged to submit proposals.
Florida Policy Institute is an independent public policy research nonprofit dedicated to advancing policies and budgets that improve the economic mobility and quality of life for all Floridians. We do this through research, strategic outreach, coalition building, and policy advocacy. Our goal is to be an accurate, trusted source of information for policymakers, advocates, the media, and the public at large.
The audience for the materials created through this RFP include partner community-based and advocacy organizations, the general public, government officials, the media, and prospective and current donors.
Project Details and Deliverables
The budget for work outlined in this RFP is up to a maximum of $2,500.
Proposal Requirements & Response Format
The following items should be included in your proposal:
Send proposal to Holly Bullard, email@example.com . Sending a link to a Drop Box or other folder is acceptable.
Submissions due: July 15th 2020 (EXTENDED)