Branding support and guidance
We offer support and guidance to help your project meet the appropriate branding and promotional requirements.
Climate Challenge Fund (CCF) Grant Recipients must acknowledge receipt of CCF funding on their website, in press releases, and in other promotional and recruitment materials that are produced using CCF funds.
Grant Recipients must retain copies of all materials produced in case of any queries from their CCF Development Officer at Keep Scotland Beautiful.
In the event of any queries regarding CCF branding and promotion, Grant Recipients should contact their CCF Development Officer at Keep Scotland Beautiful in the first instance.
We have produced a Summary Guide, downloadable logos, templates and press releases to help your CCF project meet branding and promotional requirements. Please familiarise yourself with the Summary Guide, templates and resources before producing any CCF press, online or printed material.
Communications during the Scottish election period:
You should already be familiar with section 2.3 of your CCF offer letter which states:
‘No part of the Grant shall be used to fund any activity or material which is party political in intention, use, or presentation or appears to be designed to affect support for a political party.’
Thursday 25 March marked the start of a formal election period in Scotland when special arrangements apply to the handling of Government business. The ‘election period’ means the period of six weeks prior to polling day on 6 May.
During this time, the Scottish Government must ensure that public resources are not used for party political purposes.
In order to help ensure political impartiality:
- Please do not include a quote from, or reference, any Scottish Minister or MSP in any news release, media engagement or communications activity that relates to CCF projects.
- Reference can be made to the Scottish Government’s CCF as appropriate – but any media articles or communications issued should focus on the way in which CCF funded assets are being used or the impact they (and other CCF activities) are having on a community, rather than suggest that they have been newly funded or announced.
Summary Guide, templates and resources for 2020/21
Summary Guide to branding and promotional requirements
Branding and promotional requirements for CCF Grant Recipients - a summary guide of all you need to know.
Press release template
CCF events press release template - editable template press release for events you are running.
We have a variety of editable poster templates for you to personalise, print and put up on noticeboards. All of the templates feature the correct CCF logos and branding.
There is space to personalise with details of your CCF project, logos and contact details.
We have a variety of editable two-page flyer templates for you to personalise, print and hand out at events. All of the templates feature the correct CCF logos and branding.
There is space on the front page to personalise with details of your CCF project, logos and contact details. Information on the CCF is included on the reverse.
No image - upload your own image
Energy - features an image of a lightswitch
Food - features an image of food on a table
Food growing - features an image of a carrot and growing space
Repair - features an image of a sewing kit
Repair - features an image of tools laid out
Travel - features an image of people cycling
Travel - features an image of an electric car
CCF and Greener Scotland logo strips (CMYK format)
Download logos sized for A2 print - CMYK format logos
Download logos sized for A3 print - CMYK format logos
Download logos sized for A4 print - CMYK format logos
Download logos sized for A5 print - CMYK format logos
Logos For digital use only (RGB format):
Logos for high resolution print (.EPS format):
Due to file sizes, please contact us for a weblink where you can download the logos sized for A1, A2, A3, A4 & A5