Pride Foundation launched an exciting new logo in May 2012. If you are visiting this page you are likely doing great work in the community. Thank you!

As part of our branding program we would like to ensure consistent usage of our logo and name. Please consult the Logo Style Guide below for proper logo usage.

Basic Logos

For Web Usage (click on image before downloading JPG file, EPS and TIFF files available upon request):

Please use the color version where possible.

 

 

For Print Usage: A spot colors (Pantone/PMS) file is available in EPS format or 4-color process (CMYK) files are available in JPG, EPS, and TIFF formats. Files available upon request.

Additional Logo Requests

Please provide the following information:

  • How the logo will be used (print, web, t-shirts, etc.)
  • Size required
  • Color, Black , Reverse White on Black, or White Outline
  • File format (JPG, EPS, TIFF)

Logos are provided for our grant recipient organizations and approved community partner use only and must not be augmented or changed beyond sizing. Please contact Katelen Kellogg, Communications and Outreach Manager, with your questions and requests.

Logo Style Guide

Identity elements must always appear crisp, clear and readable. The colors must be consistent regardless of the medium, substrate or reproduction process. To ensure uniformity, all reproductions must be taken from approved artwork and colors must be carefully matched.

  • The full-color version of the logo should be used whenever possible. In print applications, it can be reproduced with either spot colors (Pantone/PMS) or 4-color process (CMYK). Use the full color RGB logo for web and other screen applications.
  • If print colors are limited, the logo should print in black.
  • Use the white version of the logo on black and dark backgrounds.
  • The minimum allowable reproduction size is 1.25” in overall width in print applications and 375 pixels for on-screen applications.
  • The Pride Foundation logo should never be altered in any way. The following examples illustrate common incorrect uses of our logo. Please note that these are not intended to be a complete list.

Never apply these examples:

 

Color Guide

Pantone & CMYK (Print)

  • Purple: C 25, M 100, Y 0, K 0
  • Charcoal: C 0, M 0, Y 0, K 85

Electric Plum:

  • Pantone 241 Coated
  • Pantone 240 Uncoated
  • P 83-8 (or DS 156-1) / C35, M100, Y0, K0   COATED and UNCOATED

Grey:

  • Pantone 425 Coated
  • Pantone 426 Uncoated
  • P 179-12 / C0, M0, Y0, K78   COATED and UNCOATED

RGB (Screen)

  • Purple: R 189, G 30, B 141 Hex #bd1e8d
  • Charcoal: R 77, G 77, B 79 Hex #4d4d4f

Name Usage

In written acknowledgements, please note our organization name is written just as “Pride Foundation.” Please DO NOT use:

  • “PRIDE Foundation”
  • “Pride” (We don’t want to be confused with parades and festivals.)
  • “The Pride Foundation”

Descriptions

30-Word Description (29 words):

Pride Foundation is a regional community foundation that inspires giving to expand opportunities and advance full equality for LGBTQ people in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington. Visit www.pridefoundation.org.

50-Word Description (44 words):

Pride Foundation is a leader in the pursuit of equality for the LGBTQ community. As a regional community foundation, we invest in organizations, students, and leaders in the Northwest—transforming individual acts of courage into a unified movement for change. Learn more at www.pridefoundation.org.

100-Word Description (99 words):

Pride Foundation is a regional community foundation that inspires giving to expand opportunities and advance full equality for LGBTQ people across the Northwest. We invest in organizations, students, and leaders across Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington—transforming individual acts of courage into a unified movement for change.

Leveraging generous support from thousands of donors and volunteers, we provide the resources local visionaries need to effect change: grant dollars, scholarships, fellowships, technical expertise, convenings, and leadership development. Together, we are building a brighter future so everyone can be who they are, where they are. For more information visit www.pridefoundation.org.