One Shirt One Body is a charity developed by members of Notre Dame's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee that works to get student-athletes to donate unused or extra issued clothing. I created a logo for the organization in Fall of 2015 with the goal of making something that was flexible (over a dozen schools now use the logo in their colors) and easy to understand.
For more on One Shirt One Body, check out Co-Founder Corey Robinson's article on SI Campus Rush.
The logo seeks to highlight the "one-to-one" aspect of the charity's mission and name. It is easily recolored in 2- or 3-color combinations, allowing schools to apply their own touch. The logo is stylistically in keeping with collegiate athletics, with block type and strong, squared-off shapes.
The logo can easily take on a school's colors, as seen here during Syracuse University's shirt drive. (source)