Grant Agency Resources
The Pinellas Community Foundation (PCF) is excited and proud to partner with our local nonprofit organizations to offer additional resources to our community. All organizations that receive a PCF grant are required to recognize the Pinellas Community Foundation as a sponsor. Below is information on how to use the PCF logo for this purpose, as well as links to download logo files.
Should any questions arise, please contact Leah Slavensky.
Minimum Required Acknowledgements
- The PCF logo must be posted on grantee website linking to https://pinellascf.org
- The PCF logo must appear on collateral, letterhead and other external marketing materials that feature sponsors (where appropriate).
- PCF reserves the opportunity to present to the nonprofit agency’s board of directors regarding partnerships and opportunities with PCF.
- The grantee should provide an annual tour of their facilities to up to 3 PCF board/staff members.
- Exceptions to the requirements must be made in writing with or before the application.
PCF Brand Mark
The Pinellas Community Foundation (PCF) logo appears in two formats, plus options of black and white. The proportion and arrangement of the logo have been specifically determined.
The logo should never be typeset, re-created or altered, which can cause inconsistencies that dilute the logo’s impact.
The Pinellas Community Foundation (PCF) retains its visual strength in a wide range of sizes. However, when the logo is reproduced too small in print or online, it is no longer legible and its impact is diminished. The minimum size is determined by the legibility of the PCF logo. For this reason, the logo should not be reproduced in a size smaller than illustrated to the right.
Minimum Clear or Buffer Zones
To preserve the integrity of the PCF logo, always maintain a minimum clear space around the logo. This clear space isolates the logo from competing graphic elements such as other logos, copy, photography and/or background patterns that may divert attention. The minimum clear space for the PCF logo is defined as the height of group of rays within the logo (indicated by the “X” to the right). This minimum space should be maintained around the entire brand mark as the logo is proportionally enlarged and/or reduced in size. Refer to the illustration to the right for the clear zones guidelines.
Across applications, every effort should be made to use the full-color Pinellas Community Foundation (PCF) logo, on a white or contrasting background.
The logo must be on a background that provides enough contrast to be clearly legible. Use of the PCF logo on a color background must be pre-approved by PCF staff.
Any questions about logo use should be directed to the Director of Community Impact.
Above outlines the preferred method of logo usage.
In instances where only one color is available for printing, use the one-color (black or white) options to the right.
The PCF logo can be printed as a tint of black for one-color applications (such as Word letterhead templates and partner publications).
One-Color Black and White
Use this simple, one-color version where gradations may not be possible (such as embossing, glass decals and embroidery).
Click the file name in the table below to download the desired logo file.
Print Use = Process Color Print Applications (primary print option for cost-effectiveness), CMYK Colorspace
MS/Screen Use = High Resolution, On-Screen Applications, Microsoft Applications, RGB Colorspace
Web Use = Low Resolution, Websites and Web Applications, RGB Colorspace
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Full-Color Logo with Gray Type
Full-Color Logo with White Type
One-Color Black Logo
One-Color White Logo
For additional formats, please contact the Director of Community Impact at 727-531-0058.