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Children’s Health Foundation Adopts New Logo

PALO ALTO – The Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health has a new look. The foundation now will be represented by a colorful logo that portrays a child being lifted.

“We wanted to create a logo that put a child at the center of our work,” said David Alexander, MD, president and CEO of the foundation. “All of our programs are dedicated to elevating the priority of children, and this new symbol reflects that goal.”

The arrows in the logo symbolize collective action to support the child, and the overall starburst shape conveys energy and a positive attitude. The colors in the logo align with those of two of the foundation’s key partners, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital and the child health programs of the Stanford University School of Medicine. The foundation is the fundraiser for both.

In addition to its fundraising, the foundation supports grants and advocacy work to improve California’s health care system for children with special health care needs. The foundation also operates, a website that provides wide-ranging data about the health and well being of children in California.

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