What The BRIDGE Logo Means

The orange colour on the logo represents the new dawn that BRIDGE wants to bring into the lives of families that have lost their breadwinners.

The arch line on which a family of four stands represents a bridge through which the organisation wants to help the family cross the troubled waters.

The four people shown standing on the BRIDGE, depicted through a curved line, represents the affected family. Please note that one of the four persons is shown in orange. S/he is the missing breadwinner, but BRIDGE takes his/her position in the family. Hence it has the orange colour, the identity of BRIDGE.

The word BRIDGE, representing various activities of the organisation, is written in strong and heavy font to indicate that the organisation stands strong and firm with affected families. Each letter of the word represents the mission and activities of BRIDGE.