Doing good by giving back.
For select non-profits, we provide affordable creative services that may otherwise be unattainable. It’s our way of applying our skills and expertise to help those who don’t have the robust marketing dollars needed to promote their brand. From social justice to the performing arts, these passion projects are a labor of love for organizations we support, believe in, and champion. If you're a non-profit interested in learning more, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo (above): Tania del Carmen Fernández for GreenSpring International Academy of Music
Think global. Act local. We believe change starts in our own backyard.
Promoting creativity with passion and purpose.
We are proud to champion creativity in our community having served on the inaugural volunteer team for CreativeMornings Richmond. Founded by New York-based graphic designer Tina Roth-Eisenberg, CreativeMornings is a global lecture series with over 220 chapters around the world (we even made an event in Rome.) Every month, we helped to organize, coordinate and promote the free event. To find a chapter near you, visit: creativemornings.com
Guiding the next generation of creatives.
From students to young professionals to aspiring entrepreneurs, we find it rewarding to share our wisdom and experience to help others. Mentoring opportunities include 24-hour creative marathons, job shadowing programs, and countless virtual meetups. Past and current partnerships: CreateAthon, Coffee At A Distance, Collegiate Trailblaze, Startup Virginia and the BCSprint at the VCU Brandcenter.
Taking action to create a better world.
Democracy is not a spectator sport. We are committed to finding ways to leverage our skills and expertise to raise awareness of, and advocate for, the issues that matter most to us – specifically, women’s rights, social equality, the environment, science, and gun control. We believe creativity holds great power and when used as a force for good, can even help change the world.
“Working with EVERGIB on our fourth annual Women’s March was not only helpful, but eye-opening as well. Their comprehensive approach helped us to connect dots internally which allowed us to develop and implement a successful awareness strategy.”
— Kim Russell, Executive Advisor, National Women’s March
We get it done.
As a remote-friendly team, we work with agencies and companies near, far and virtual.
For select nonprofits, we provide affordable creative services that may otherwise be unattainable.
On the Road
Work. Wander. Repeat.
Traveling broadens our minds, keeps our thinking fresh and our work inspired.