Brand Announcement

We are proud to announce the launch of our new logo and website.

Over the past 15 years, the Ryan Nece Foundation has grown and evolved. We felt it was time for a change: We have refreshed our brand to reflect who we are today while also symbolizing our future. With the input of our Student Service Program’s current class and alumni, we chose a new logo which reflects a more modern look and captures our vision to empower the next generation of servant leaders.

The new icon represents how our work sparks with a student at a local and individualized level, but through the Ryan Nece Foundation’s programming, the student’s giving, impact, and light can spread across the world.

We are also excited to introduce our new website (Thanks for visiting!), which we believes tells our story more clearly and features those served by our mission – never stock images.

If you use the Ryan Nece Foundation logo anywhere in your materials, please assist us in updating your materials with our new logo. Thank you!

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