Promoting your project
Some Climate Challenge Fund grant recipients find it challenging to get people involved with their project and meet branding guidelines.
We provide support and training to help you meet branding and promotional requirements and promote your project.
Branding and promotional requirements
We have produced a Summary Guide and downloadable logos, templates, press releases and presentations to help your project meet branding and promotional requirements.
Please refer to these guides before producing online or printed material.
Webinar and activities
You can view the recording of the Increasing Participation in your Project webinar below or via the link here.
Increasing Participation in your Project webinar slides - view the full slides from the Promoting your Project webinar, complete with weblinks.
Increasing Participation in your Project summary - a summary of key points from the workshop.
You can view activities from the webinar:
Project promotion and participation progress check - the progress check will help you to identify areas where you are confident and those where you want to improve.
Elevator pitch – develop your message and ask.
Circles of influence – who are you communicating with?
CCF event press release – write a press release.
Engagement planning tool – an event checklist.
Participant journey – create a plan for your project participants.
Promoting your news
We're keen to promote your news through our website news section, newsletter and by social media. Please do get in touch with our Marketing Officer, Tim Mullens if you wish to share your news. Please contact Tim on his direct line (01786 468245) or by email (email@example.com).
Tim can also provide projects with one-to-one support, signpost to resources for events and provide feedback on press releases.
Also, don't forget to tag us each time you mention your CCF project on social media. We have a Climate Challenge Fund Facebook Page (@ClimateChallengeFund) and Twitter account (@CCFScot).