All recipients of Noosa Council's grant funding programs are required to acknowledge Council's contribution to the activity that is being funded.
The Deed of Funding Agreement signed by all grant recipients says the grant recipients is:
- To acknowledge assistance from Noosa Council in press releases and promotional material, using Council's logo and the words 'Our project has been supported by Noosa Council'. The Council's logos and instructions on their use are on the Noosa Council website at funding acknowledgement page. The logos are to be used in any promotional material, media advertising and signage relating to the proposal during the funding period except for infrastructure projects which should be acknowledged for the life of the funded infrastructure.
This acknowledgement is in the form of a short statement and/or the inclusion of the Noosa Council logo on all print and electronic material that is produced in relation to the funded activity.
"Proudly supported by Noosa Council"
If there is more than one funding contributor, the statement should name each contributor in order of the monetary value provided.
Noosa Council logo
The following formats for acknowledgement are to be used:
|Signage||Statement and logo|
|Website||Statement and logo|
|Media releases||Statement and logo|
|Speeches||Statement and logo|
|Promotional video||Statement and logo|
|TV, radio and newspaper ads||Statement and logo|
|Newsletters, brochures, posters||Statement and logo|
|Conference programs, invitations||Statement and logo|
Using the Noosa Council logo
There are two options for using the Noosa Council logo; the horizontal version and the stacked version. Use the most suitable version for your layout. When resizing the logo, ensure that the logo is restricted to scale and is not stretched or distorted in any way. Once you have opened the logo link, save it to your computer as an image.
|Minimum size: Height: 7mm x width 50mm||JPEG||logo||logo|
|Minimum size: Height: 25mm x width 12mm||JPEG||logo||logo|
Arts Queensland is Noosa Council's partner in the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF). In media releases, speeches, annual reports, newsletters, any printed promotional material, signage, websites and emails related to this funded project, a RADF recipient must acknowledge the funding by writing or saying the following, "The Regional Arts Development Fund is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Noosa Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland”.
Additionally, the Queensland Government coat of arms must be displayed on any annual reports, promotional videos, advertisements, newsletters, printed promotional materials, signage, websites, invitations and emails relating to this funded project. The Queensland Government coast of arms is available from the ArtsQueensland Acknowledgement page. The ZIP file is large [4.3MB].