Download the Dormant Accounts Sustainable Steps Wales logo
Sustainable Steps Wales Logo
Congratulations on your grant. As part of your grant, we ask you to use this bilingual logo on any materials you produce, like posters or leaflets. You should also show it on your website and social media if you have them.
Displaying the bilingual logo will show people who benefit from your work that you've received funding through the Dormant Accounts Fund Sustainable Steps Wales. Only projects that have been awarded a grant can use this logo, so we hope you will see it as a recognition of your success.
Please use the logo exactly as it is - we've designed the logo to work as a single piece of artwork. Please do not alter or remove any part of it, including changing the colours, or cropping the white space around the logo.
It is available in two file formats. We recommend the ‘JPEG’ format for most day-to-day uses, including for Word documents, websites or social media.
We've also provided an ‘EPS’ format, sometimes referred to as a ‘vector’ file. This file will only work in professional design software, and should be used for large-scale print and merchandise (like banners, pop-up stands, large vehicle stickers).
We want the bilingual logo to be readable and recognisable. So please make sure that it's not smaller than 30mm in height on any printed material. If you use it on your website, make sure it's large enough to be clearly legible. It should also never be stretched or distorted.
Sharing your story
Our Communications team will contact you before we announce your funding. We’ll publish the good news about your grant on our website and send the story to media.
Publicising your project is important so that people can learn about the work you’re doing with your grant from Sustainable Steps Wales. One of the easiest ways you can publicise your grant and promote the work that you do is on social media channels such as Twitter and Facebook.
You might want to share the good news on your social media platforms. If you do, please tag us:
Please also use the hashtag #Sustainablestepswales in your posts.
If you're sending information to the media, you could use the information below in the Notes to Editors:
DRAFT Notes to Editors:
Dormant accounts are defined in the Dormant Bank and Building Society Accounts Act 2008 as those which have seen no customer-initiated activity for at least 15 years.
Under the Dormant Bank and Building Society Accounts Act 2008, the Reclaim Fund releases funds from dormant bank accounts to the National Lottery Community Fund for distribution to good causes across the UK.
The Reclaim Fund Ltd. (RFL), which was established in March 2011 to receive and invest dormant account balances across the UK, transferred the first tranche of monies from dormant bank and building society accounts to the National Lottery Community Fund on 2 August 2011.
The National Lottery Community Fund are the largest community funder in the UK awarding money, raised by National Lottery players, to local communities. Since June 2004, we have made over 200,000 grants and awarded over £9 billion to projects that have benefited millions of people.
We are passionate about funding great ideas that matter to communities and make a difference to people’s lives. At the heart of everything we do is the belief that when people are in the lead, communities thrive.
If you'd like support with branding or promoting your grant
Please contact us - we're happy to help:
phone: 0300 123 0735