How to acknowledge your Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage grant

The Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage is jointly delivered by The National Lottery Heritage Fund and Historic England using funds provided by DCMS.
Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage colour logo

We understand that safeguarding the future of your heritage, organisation, staff and volunteers will be your priority.

While social distancing measures are in place, we will ask successful applicants to work with us on acknowledging their receipt of a Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage grant through our communication activities.

Acknowledging your grant

We understand this may be a very challenging time for you, but we would really like it if you could do any or all of these simple things to help spread the word:

Share your news

As part of your Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage grant, you may be looking to acknowledge your funding through press releases, on social media and by displaying our partnership logo.

If you are referencing your grant in narrative (in press releases, on your website or on social media), please use the line:

This project is funded by the Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage. The Culture Recovery Fund is being delivered by The National Lottery Heritage Fund and Historic England, using funds provided by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.

Sharing on social media

If possible and where space allows, please tag DCMS, The National Lottery Heritage Fund and Historic England in your posts.

Twitter

  • @DCMS
  • @HeritageFundUK
  • @HistoricEngland

Instagram

  • @dcmsgovuk
  • @HeritageFundUK
  • @HistoricEngland

LinkedIn

  • @dcmsgovuk
  • @NationalLotteryHeritageFund
  • @HistoricEngland

Our hashtags

  • #CultureRecoveryFund
  • #HereForCulture

Photos

Using great pictures will give your posts the best chance of gaining attention. Use anything that shows the value of the great work you do.

Using our logo

You can download our logo and use it anywhere where people can clearly see it.

Logo artwork

The Culture Recovery Fund is supported using public funds and joint delivered by The National Lottery Heritage Fund and Historic England. When using our logo, please use it in its entirety to ensure this funding and delivery relationship is maintained.

There are three versions of our logo available:

  • full colour
  • white (to be used on dark-coloured backgrounds)
  • black (to be used where full colour is not possible).

Print (eps) and screen (png) versions of each logo are available.

Large acknowledgement

For larger acknowledgement materials – for example on the side of a building – please make sure the logo is big enough to be clearly visible from a distance of five metres.

Minimum size

The minimum size refers to the whole width of the logo lock-up. To make sure the logo lock-up is clear and legible, the minimum size the logo lock-up should appear is 108mm in print and 306px on screen.

Exclusion zone

The exclusion zone ensures the logo is not compromised by other elements and helps it stand out. The following is a minimum clearance area. Whenever possible, leave more space around the logo than the exclusion zone.

The height and width of the clear space is set by the width of the royal crest in the DCMS logo.

Colour

The logo must only be reproduced in black, white or the full colour version on these pages.

Please do not use the logo in pink, gold, grey or any other colour not specified here.

Attachment Size
Black logo EPS 1.15 MB
Black logo PNG 100.77 KB
Colour logo EPS 1.18 MB
Colour logo PNG 111.27 KB
White logo EPS 1.14 MB
White logo PNG 90.79 KB