S.H.A.R.E. Internacional, Inc.
Sustainable & Holistic Advances for Rural Education

About Our Logo

The SHARE Internacional logo embodies the founding principles of the organization.

The Communal Bowl:

The Communal Bowl symbolizes multiples members of a community coming together to share a meal at the same time. Sharing a meal around a communal bowl has been practiced by many cultures and societies throughout human history. The communal bowl serves as a pillar to intimate conversations, respect, friendship, trust, laughter, family, love, health, business, stories and community updates. In short, a communal bowl brings together a diverse group of individuals for a common purpose-Sharing.

The Colors:

The color Yellow relates to acquired knowledge and resonates with the logic part of the brain stimulating the mental faculties. Yellow offers a level of hopefulness, cheerfulness, inquisitiveness, methodical and decisiveness.

The color Gray promotes compromise and is reserve in nature. Gray is solid and stable, creating a level of calm and composure. It is a color of maturity and responsibility.

The color Blue values strong trusting relationship. Blue is persistent and determined to succeed in whichever endeavors it pursues. It exhibits an inner security, confidence and inspires higher ideas. Blue is a giver not a taker.

The color Orange symbolize gut instincts, provides emotional strength, spontaneity, optimism and self confidence. Orange promotes conversations and social interaction that gets people thinking and talking. It is a color that encourages self respect and respect for others.

The color Brown is a down to earth color signifying stability, structure and support. Brown promotes a strong need for security and a sense of belonging, with family and friends being of utmost importance. It is a color that implies the use of common sense.

The White dots are the inter-connector to each lettered color. The dots symbolize the wholeness and completion to each word-thus moving forward. It opens the way for the creation of the next letter while maintaining an equal balance of all the represented colors.