Acknowledging Sprout Support

As a supported project, you represent the most public face of The Sprout Fund in the region. Through Sprout support, your success stories become our success stories. It’s important to us that your project is clearly identified as one of many innovative community initiatives supported by Sprout.

Please use the logos and language found below to acknowledge Sprout’s support for your project. We ask that, whenever possible, you use our full-color logos. Reserve our monochrome images for use in black and white printed distribution materials, or in the case that our logos will not be visible with your design’s color scheme.

Additionally, we would appreciate receiving copies of any press releases, printed materials, web links, or other public information you develop for your project. Please submit your materials to news@nullsproutfund.org prior to distribution.

For 100 Days of US Projects and Events:

Please include 100 Days of US logos in materials you generate for your project. Refer to the 100 Days of US brand guidelines for proper usage of the 100 Days of US logo.

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For any printed acknowledgement of support on a program, brochure, or poster, please describe your 100 Days of Us project or event as follows:

“This project supported in part by a 100 Days of US award from The Sprout Fund.”

If you intend to release any information regarding this funding (through a press release, email blast, or notice or your website), please describe 100 Days of US as follows:

“100 Days of US is an initiative to empower people to act locally during the first 100 days of the new presidential administration to advance positive, solution-oriented responses to issues of national importance.Learn more at 100daysof.us.”

Additional Sprout Fund verbiage:

If you intend to release any information regarding this funding (through a press release, email blast, or notice or your website), please describe The Sprout Fund as follows:

“The Sprout Fund enriches the Pittsburgh region’s vitality by engaging citizens, amplifying voices, supporting creativity and innovation, and cultivating connected communities. The Sprout Fund is Pittsburgh’s leading agency supporting innovative ideas, catalyzing community change, and making our region a better place to live, work, play, and raise a family.

Sprout provides critical financial support for projects and programs in the early stages of development—when just a small amount of investment has the potential to yield big results in the community. Sprout projects create new initiatives, events, and organizations that help citizens take action on a pressing issue or enhance the cultural vitality of the Pittsburgh region. Since 2001, Sprout has granted more than $7.5 million to more than 1,000 projects and initiatives.

Learn more and get involved at sproutfund.org.”

Please share copies of any press releases, printed materials, web links, or other public information you develop for your project. Please submit your materials to news@nullsproutfund.org prior to distribution.

For Seed Award Projects and Sprout Sponsorship:

Please include Sprout logos in materials you generate for your project.

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For any printed acknowledgement of support on a program, brochure, or poster, please describe your Seed Award as follows:

“This project supported in part by a Seed Award from The Sprout Fund.”

If you intend to release any information regarding this funding (through a press release, email blast, or notice or your website), please describe the Seed Awards as follows:

“Sprout Seed Awards are modest financial awards ($500–$10,000) that provide critical financial support for projects and programs in the early stages of development—when just a small amount of investment has the potential to yield big results in the community.”

Additional Sprout Fund verbiage:

If you intend to release any information regarding this funding (through a press release, email blast, or notice or your website), please describe The Sprout Fund as follows:

“The Sprout Fund enriches the Pittsburgh region’s vitality by engaging citizens, amplifying voices, supporting creativity and innovation, and cultivating connected communities. The Sprout Fund is Pittsburgh’s leading agency supporting innovative ideas, catalyzing community change, and making our region a better place to live, work, play, and raise a family.

Sprout provides critical financial support for projects and programs in the early stages of development—when just a small amount of investment has the potential to yield big results in the community. Sprout projects create new initiatives, events, and organizations that help citizens take action on a pressing issue or enhance the cultural vitality of the Pittsburgh region. Since 2001, Sprout has granted more than $7.5 million to more than 1,000 projects and initiatives.

Learn more and get involved at sproutfund.org.”

Please share copies of any press releases, printed materials, web links, or other public information you develop for your project. Please submit your materials to news@nullsproutfund.org prior to distribution.

For Remake Learning Projects:

Please include Remake Learning logos in materials you generate for your project.

                                                         

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For any printed acknowledgement of support on a program, brochure, or poster, please describe your Remake Learning funding as follows:

“This project supported in part by a Remake Learning grant from The Sprout Fund.”

If you intend to release any information regarding this funding (through a press release, email blast, or notice or your website), please describe Remake Learning grants as follows:

“Remake Learning Grants are small-scale funding awards ($1,000-$10,000) to catalyze innovative learning projects that inspire educators and students to explore new ways of teaching and learning.”

Additional Remake Learning verbiage:

If you intend to release any information regarding this funding (through a press release, email blast, or notice or your website), please describe Remake Learning as follows:

“Remake Learning is a professional network supporting the people, organizations, and ideas shaping the future of teaching and learning in the greater Pittsburgh region. Representing more than 250 organizations including schools & universities, museums & libraries, afterschool & community centers, educational technology companies & local philanthropies, Remake Learning Network members are working together to inspire a generation of lifelong learners in Pittsburgh, West Virginia, and beyond.

The Sprout Fund supports the Remake Learning Network by funding new learning initiatives, building a community of practice, and sharing the story of learning innovation in the region.

Learn more at remakelearning.org.”

Please share copies of any press releases, printed materials, web links, or other public information you develop for your project. Please submit your materials to news@nullsproutfund.org prior to distribution.

For One Northside Funded Projects:

Please include One Northside logos in materials you generate for your project.

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For any printed acknowledgement of support on a program, brochure, or poster, describe your grant as follows:

“This project made possible by a One Northside grant from The Sprout Fund in partnership with the Buhl Foundation.”

If you intend to release any information regarding this funding (through a press release, email blast, or notice or your website), describe your One Northside grant as follows:

“In partnership with the Buhl Foundation, The Sprout Fund provides catalytic support to advance the One Northside vision through Neighbor-to-Neighbor micro grants, Community Grants, and Action Team grants. Learn more at www.sproutfund.org/northside/”

Please share copies of any press releases, printed materials, web links, or other public information you develop for your project. Submit your materials to news@nullsproutfund.org prior to distribution.

Additional One Northside verbiage:

If you intend to release any information regarding this funding (through a press release, email blast, or notice or your website), please describe the One Northside initiative and The Sprout Fund as follows:

“One Northside is a community-driven initiative to improve the quality of life in all 18 neighborhoods of the Northside. Since early 2014, with the support of the Buhl Foundation, hundreds of Northside residents have engaged with local leaders and stakeholders in community-wide conversations to create a shared agenda for the revitalization of this vital component of the greater Pittsburgh region. Learn more at

The Hive Learning Network supports connected learning experiences in the Greater Pittsburgh region that help prepare tweens, teens, and young adults for college, the workforce, and civic participation.

Hive Pittsburgh programs happen in schools, museums, libraries, afterschool programs, community centers, and on the web.

Learn more and get involved!

Hive Pittsburgh is a program of
The Sprout Fund
and part of the Pittsburgh Kids+Creativity Network