A lot has changed in 67 years. Great Bay Services was founded in 1954 by a group of parents who refused to send their children with disabilities to the state institutions. Today, we are still on the forefront of innovative and progressive programs for adults with disabilities.
To reflect the evolution of Great Bay Services, we unveiled a new logo, designed by Eileen Berezni. It incorporates the same elements of the soaring seagull and the waves of Great Bay. But rather than separating the pieces, the new logo unites the bird, waves and name in the same image.
We wanted to emphasize our longevity, our mission, and our name. We are part of the community, not separate. Rather than the seagull above Great Bay, the new logo shows that we are merged with the whole.
The new logo also updated the color scheme, while still using the cool blue and green tones that have always represented Great Bay Services.
Our organization is constantly developing. We wanted a logo that people didn’t associate with the old Great Bay Services, sheltered in Newington. We operate all along the greater seacoast area from Hampton, NH to Portland, ME. We serve not only our members, but their families, their employers, and other area nonprofits where our clients volunteer. We are part of the community, enriching the community – we are Great Bay.
Tote bags featuring the new logo will be available for $15 by contacting 603-842-5344. The bags were printed by Spectrum Designs, a New York based company which employs adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
- Elizabeth Worboys Burr, Director of Mission Advancement
Great Bay Services New Hampshire
23 Cataract Avenue, Suite 1
Dover, NH 03820
Great Bay Services Maine
61 Washington Street, Suite 4
Sanford, ME 04073
207-850-1053 Ext. 2001
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Great Bay Services is a 501(c)3 Nonprofit.
All donations are directly used to support our services.
Our New Hampshire program is sponsored in part by the New Hampshire Council on Developmental Disabilities