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Krusade Partner Profile

Graphic Design Partner: Lisa McLymont, Very Ideal Design


Lisa McLymont is a passionate, multi-disciplinary artist, designer, entrepreneur, educator, and community arts volunteer.  Active in the Columbus arts scene, Lisa is involved with organizations such as Kya’s Krusade, The Ohio Art League, CAW! (The Creative Arts of Women), and The Creative Women of Color.  Lisa, an independent designer, also serves on the board of the Ohio Art League, and regularly teaches classes and workshops at Columbus College of Art and Design, and Ohio Dominican College.

Lisa McLymont  | (614) 886-4391|e-mail:  lisamc369@gmail.com |   LisaMcLymont.com | veryidealdesign.comcoppercurious.com

A Kya’s Krusade partner since 2006,  Lisa has been integral to the organization’s development by creating the Kya’s Krusade logo and providing innovative graphic designs for our brochures, business cards, flyer cards, book marks and other key promotional items.  She continues to work closely with us to ensure each new piece she creates is a personalized,  innovative expression of our organization and it’s mission.

“I am proud to be a co-creator of the visual brand of a healthy organization that is committed to love, building hope and generating support for those of us who do not have the mobility many of us take for granted.  It’s continuing growth is already showing it’s future promise in the nurturing of active minds and bodies!

I continue to support Kya’s Krusade  by bringing an artistically sensitive touch to Kya’s Krusades print and promotional materials, and hope to continue doing so!  I would encourage others to find ways to donate a portion of their time doing something they love or are good at to this organization!  The work enriches the soul and creates opportunities to make good change for others.”



Our Mission

Kya’s Krusade is a comprehensive resource center, serving children and families affected by physical disabilities, specializing in Arthrogryposis and other less publicized physical disabilities. We offer education and assistance for children from diagnosis through 18 years of age. We strive to form a diverse community network and provide opportunities to enable equal access to all available informational, emotional, medical and financial sources of support