Acknowledging your Grant

Logos, quotes and comments for publicity purposes

Guidelines for acknowledging the Foundation's support

Use of logos

We welcome acknowledgement of the Foundation’s support. If you would like a copy of our logo please submit a request, including where it will be published, in what context, and your preferred file format (jpeg, tiff or eps).

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Please use the logo in its original full colour form on a white background whenever possible. 

Acknowledgement of the Foundation

If you would like to include a description of the Foundation in a press release, we suggest using the following paragraph:

About The Ian Potter Foundation
The Ian Potter Foundation is one of Australia’s major philanthropic foundations. The Foundation makes grants nationally to support charitable organisations working to benefit the community across a wide range of sectors including the Arts, environment, science, medical research, education and community wellbeing. The Ian Potter Foundation aims to support and promote a healthy, vibrant and fair community for the benefit of all Australians.

Quotes and comments

We are happy to support your publicity outreach with a quote or comment regarding your grant and/or your project. If you would like to include a quote from a governor or member of staff of the Foundation, please contact the Communications team. Minimum of one week’s notice is required.

For more information please contact our Communications team.



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