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How to publicise your grant

August 28, 2019

Projects funded by us in Northern Ireland can get guidance on branding from the Communications and Engagement team in Belfast.

When we changed our name to The National Lottery Community Fund we created a range of materials to help you publicise your grant.

Here’s how you can spread the word and say thank you to National Lottery players.

Show people – by using our logo 

  • Use it on posters, leaflets, presentations, pop-up banners, sweatshirts, hoodies, and your website.
  • Get free materials with our logo already on them.

Download the logo and order branded materials directly from our website. If planning an event allow up to three weeks for delivery.

Tell people – in words

Remember to use our new name and to say thank you to National Lottery players when talking about your award at events, on the radio, in your newsletter, in emails, or in the local press.

You can use words like “…which has been made possible thanks to National Lottery players.”

Tell people – in pictures

Bring your story to life with eye-catching and inspiring photos of your project and people.

Use in the press, online, and on social media.

Follow best practices:

  • Get permission to use the photos.
  • Make sure they are of good quality.
  • Include our logo if possible.

Share with us – on social media 

We love comments and images of you celebrating your grant. Tag us on Facebook @TNLCommunityFundNorthernIreland and on Twitter @TNLComFundNI.

“Thank you @TNLCommunityFundNorthernIreland for awarding £[grant amount] of #NationalLottery funding to #[project name].”

 

Contact the Communications and Engagement team in Belfast with any queries or if you need further assistance on 028 9055 1455 or email enquiries.ni@tnlcommunityfund.org.uk

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