Grantee Publicity & Logos

The Grassroots Fund is pleased to have provided funding to your group. You can help us continue to support groups doing this work by including an acknowledgment of the Fund’s support for your projects in press releases, newsletters, brochures, annual reports and other promotional materials related to the project as well as on your website. By doing so, you will help spread the word about how the Fund supports grassroots action across New England.  

Example of where & how to list your grant

Please tailor the following example for your publications (brochures, (e-)newsletters, display tables, website(s) and social media: 

"Funding for the [ABC Grassroots Program] was provided by the New England Grassroots Environment Fund."

Include the Fund's boilerplate in your materials

Please include one or both of the “About” paragraphs below in your communications about Grassroots Fund-funded projects, and please always include the “For more information” sentence:

About the New England Grassroots Environment Fund

The Grassroots Fund is dedicated to co-creating healthy and sustainable communities throughout New England. The Grassroots Fund empowers individuals, groups and organizations working across a broad range of environmental and social justice issues. By helping them identify, select and access the specific tools, resources and connections they need to challenge existing systems, they are able to develop lasting solutions to the complex problems affecting the places they live and the health of the people who live there. We’re supporting change makers who not only experience marginalization but face systemic and structural barriers to traditional funding. To learn more visit

Media & Outreach Suggestions & Templates 

Please download a PDF with suggestions by clicking here.

Sample Press Release: Bowdoinham Community Development Initiative
Sample Press Release: Great Bay Stewards

Using the Fund's logos

Electronic versions of our logos are available for websites, printed materials and other documents. Please use the following guidelines when using the foundation's logos:

  • If you post a logo on your website, please link it to

  • The logo should never appear smaller than 1" in width.
  • Do not alter the logo in any manner, including color changes, adding/removing elements of the logo or changing the aspect ratio (i.e. stretching or compressing the logo).
  • Do not display the logo in a manner that implies sponsorship or endorsement without explicit permission from the foundation. Usage of the logo is limited to acknowledging your grant from the foundation.

Please download our logo here

For questions about these guidelines or usage, please contact:

Audrey Irvine-Broque, 603 905 9915 or [email protected]