Graphic Standards and Communications Guidelines

The Health Foundation strives to communicate effectively with grantees, stakeholders and the general public. The Health Foundation has developed a brand and accompanying imagery to represent our mission and work. The Health Foundation has further developed logos for each of our Initiatives.

Guidelines have been developed to help our partners (backbone organizations and grantees) meet the graphic and communications standards established by the Health Foundation and agreed upon in the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) to ensure clear and consistent communications, graphic representation and brand cohesion related to the Health Foundation and Initiatives. All graphic and communications collateral created by our partners must follow the standards outlined in this manual.

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Graphic Standards and Communications Guidelines

The Health Foundation and Initiative logos are available in jpg format below. If another format is needed, please contact your program officer.

INITIATIVE LOGOS (Color and Black and White)
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HEALTH FOUNDATION LOGO (Color and Black and White)
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Offering afterschool programs to disconnected youth in El Paso County

July 17, 2018

Over the past five years, the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) -Yucca Council and the Paso del Norte Health Foundation have teamed up to increase the participation of disconnected youth in the Scouts, adding more than 1,000 families to the Scouting family since 2013.

The BSA-Yucca Council, in partnership with the Heal…

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