Instead of a traditional logo, we decided to use a format our fellow veterans are familiar with. Campaign ribbons are used to symbolize participation in a sanctioned conflict. Most recently, these have included the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, among others.
This is our ribbon.
- The black backround represents the pain, depression, and anger that people who come to us are trying to escape.
- The light blue wide stripes represents the great care and concern we feel for those veterans who come to us for help.
- The gold represents the generosity of our donors and the woodworking community.
- The red stripe represents war, that terrible and necessary force that bonded us together
- And the off-white stripe represents that bit of inner peace that brought us to this craft. The stripe isn’t pure white, to remind us that woodworking alone cannot bring complete peace. That peace does not exist in this world, but we will strive to get as close as we can to it.
And we will support each other in that journey. This is our campaign.