To help our grantee partners communicate about their grants, we’ve developed a set of guidelines.
Acknowledging the Foundation
While your organization should be the focus of your communications, there may be instances where you would like to add a description of your funders. The following language should be used when referring to the Foundation:
Materials should list the Foundation’s full legal name:
William J. and Dorothy K. O’Neill Foundation
To describe the Foundation further, please use the following paragraph:
“The William J. and Dorothy K. O’Neill Foundation is a private family foundation that exists to engage all generations of O’Neill family members through philanthropy. The Foundation is committed strengthening families and improving communities in which O’Neill family members live and are engaged in the work of the Foundation.”
Please link to our website, www.oneill-foundation.org, in your electronic communications.
If you plan to issue a press release that will mention the Foundation, please email Marlene Corrado at email@example.com to ensure that the information about the Foundation is accurate.
Social Media and Communications About Grantees
We use social media to promote our grantee partners’ work and share information. We invite you to follow us on social media:
If you have photos or videos related to your funded project, we welcome them for potential use in our electronic and/or printed communications. Help us showcase your milestones by tagging us on social media or emailing high-resolution photos (at least 300 dpi) and pertinent information along with the photo credit to Marlene Corrado at firstname.lastname@example.org. For content not already posted to social media, please complete and attach this release form.
Downloading and Using Our Logo
If you have additional questions related to grantee communications, please contact Marlene Corrado at email@example.com.