TFI Envision Donates Their Creativity for Inspirica's New Jumpstart Cafe

TFI Envision Donates Their Creativity for Inspirica's New Jumpstart Cafe
Stamford, CT, May 11, 2013 --( Jumpstart Café is Inspirica’s latest innovation. It’s a social enterprise that benefits their clients, their organization, and the community.

TFI Envision, Inc. donated their creativity in designing the branding, color palette, signage, club cards, menus, table tents, and right down to the flavor signs for the coffee urns, for the Jumpstart Café. The design reflects the casual, friendly, inviting atmosphere of the café, with its energetic type treatment.

“We wanted the look of this new enterprise to be uplifting for both the patrons and the people working there – a fun place you would want to stop by for coffee or a snack – while ensuring that it had a cohesive look that compliments the Inspirica branding we had developed last year,” said Elizabeth P. Ball, President / Creative Director of TFI Envision, Inc.

The cafe has a ”double bottom line” – it generates income to help fund Inspirica’s programs for the homeless and serves as a training ground for their clients to gain skills in food preparation, money management and customer service.

Under the supervision of a full-time Café Manager, participants spend 12 weeks learning what it’s like to work in a food service environment. From there, they go on to jobs in the industry that provide the income they need to leave the Inspirica shelters and live in stable, permanent housing.

The Jumpstart Café is located in the lobby of the Inspirica building at 141 Franklin Street, Stamford, CT . Stop by for a delicious cup of coffee or a snack.

Since 1975, TFI Envision, Inc. of Norwalk, CT, has specialized in developing strategic design and marketing solutions for branding, packaging, promotion, digital and corporate communications; helping organizations achieve their marketing and communication goals with compelling, consistent messaging that is on brand and on target.
TFI Envision, Inc.
Elizabeth P. Ball