Rainbow Village Unveils New Name, New Logo, Signifying Its Commitment to Communities Served

Rainbow Village has completed an extensive rebrand – reflecting our legacy as the leading housing provider for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) in the region. At the heart of this rebranding is a change of the organization’s name to Promise Community Homes and a new brand identity – all to solidify our stance as the leader in unique housing solutions and uncompromising  accommodation for individuals with complex needs.

“Promise Community Homes’ rebrand pays homage to our forty-seven-year history while positioning our organization for future growth. We continually strive to be the best at everything we do every day, for every resident.

The rebrand is not cosmetic. Our new logo better represents our organization’s central mission —to be the preferred housing provider for individuals with I/DD and to be an innovative and forward-thinking leader in our industry.

The new logo depicts a home with a keyhole image representing safety and security, and also representing the residents themselves—residing in an accessible home (on a ramp). Using a contemporary font and color palette, the logo radiates strength, vitality and the passion found behind the crucial services we provide.

While our name is changing, our commitment to our residents, families, and community is unwavering. We are striving to inspire new generations of partners and advocates.

About Promise Community Homes:
Promise Community Homes is the leading housing provider of choice in the St. Louis region. The nonprofit maintains 88 safe, affordable and accessible homes for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). In 1973, its founders created a circle of homes surrounding the Wolff Community Center on Dautel Lane in Creve Coeur, MO, now known as Rainbow Village by Promise Community Homes.