Our logo was created by one of our members, Margie Beaton, and we thank her sincerely for volunteering her services in this effort. Margie was able to use the 100 Who Care International Tartan in our logo thanks to Deana Lloy, Founding Member of the Cape Breton Regional Municipality's 100 Women Who Care Chapter. This registered tartan description is explained below. Thank you Deana for giving us permission to use your beautiful tartan!
The 100 Who Care International Tartan
White represents the simplicity in the concept of 100 Women, Men, & Youth Who Care internationally.
3 Gold lines unify women, men, and youth as equal members of this organization; all who want to make a direct and positive impact in their community through financial donations and also by raising awareness.
Pink & Blue give us a fresh outlook on the future of our communities and the needs of their organizations and charities. Pink and Blue also reminds us of the baby cribs that were first purchased for low income mothers.
Brown is the earth of the land, while black signifies the highways that geographically connect us all, as one.
Gold also reminds us of the founders of each chapter of 100 Women, Men and Youth, for their hearts of gold and the legacy they have all created through their commitment to those in need.
Red signifies love and passion that our organizers, members, volunteers, and sponsors have in their heart for the future of our communities and its people.
Written by - Deana A. Lloy, Red Label Kilts
Tartan Designed by - Deana A. Lloy, Red Label Kilts