You must have come across homeless people on the streets, holding handwritten cardboard signs asking for a donation. But Cyranos McCann and the Arrels Foundation in Barcelona had the creative vision to look beyond the obvious. They saw a unique opportunity to raise money for these people and converted these handwritten alphabets into a font-family. These typefaces are available for purchase under personal and professional licenses, the proceeds of which will go to the homeless font authors. Check out this heartwarming video below.
Kudos to McCann and the Arrels Foundation for coming up with this ingenious initiative. This is a classic example of how creativity can be applied to make a difference in the lives of the needy. Visit their website for more info. Share this post and your feedback in the comments below.
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