Acknowledging the Foundation
For the duration of your grant, we ask that you acknowledge Roundhouse Foundation as you do any other supporters. For example, please note the Foundation’s support on any web pages, announcements, or printed materials about the work supported by your grant.
Below is the approved language grantees can use to acknowledge the Foundation’s support. A longer option, as well as language to acknowledge Pine Meadow Ranch Center for Arts & Agriculture, can be found in our Media Kit.
The Roundhouse Foundation is a private family foundation based in Sisters, Oregon that supports creative solutions to the unique challenges associated with rural culture and the landscapes of the Pacific Northwest. For more information call 541-904-0700 or visit their website at www.RoundhouseFoundation.org.
You are welcome to use any of the above, as applicable, to your grant, and do not need to seek approval from Roundhouse Foundation before publishing. If, however, you wish to include custom acknowledgment language or a quote from Roundhouse leadership, we request that you give us an opportunity to review a draft of the information to be released. In all cases, please forward us a final copy of all external communications materials such as news releases, newsletters, email announcements, website copy, fact sheets or any other materials that recognize your grant from the Roundhouse Foundation to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Featuring Grantees in Roundhouse Foundation Communications
Roundhouse frequently features grant partners in our electronic newsletter and via our social media channels. We are always interested in helping to amplify the good work of our partners and we love to see our grants in action – please let us know when you have events for your Roundhouse supported project. Send updates/invitations to email@example.com.
Connecting with the Roundhouse Foundation and Pine Meadow Ranch Center for Arts & Agriculture on Social Media
We encourage you to follow Roundhouse on Facebook and Instagram. and Pine Meadow Ranch Center for Arts & Agriculture on Facebook and Instagram. We also ask that you let us know the best social media profiles for your organization and key staff for us to connect with and follow, so that we may stay abreast of important social media notifications, and help promote your relevant activities. You can do so by connecting with us (we will follow back) or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sharing Photos with Roundhouse
We welcome opportunities to feature our partner’s work on Roundhouse’s website, in printed materials, and in other online media that we use to describe the Foundation’s grantmaking. To help promote the project for which you received a grant, we encourage you to share high-resolution (at least 1,500 pixels across or 1MB in file size) JPGs with us. We look for dynamic, people-centric images that showcase the work and its impacts. Prior to sending us your photos, please ensure you have written consent to publish and share them from individuals appearing in the photos, and from the photographer. Please also include IDs/photo captions.
To submit photos, please send to email@example.com. We will be sure to credit your organization (and a photographer, if designated when submitting) each time we use your photos.
Using the Roundhouse Foundation Logo
Partners may use the Roundhouse Foundation’s and/or Pine Meadow Ranch Center for Arts & Agriculture’s logo in print or online materials. These are available for download in multiple formats in our Media Kit.
Linking to the Foundation’s Website
We encourage you to link back to Roundhouse Foundation’s website (www.roundhousefoundation.org) as appropriate.
Requesting Statements for the Media
Roundhouse Foundation is happy to provide quotes for use in press announcements when helpful. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance with this and with other media-related questions.
Sharing News Coverage
Please forward links to any media coverage generated by activities funded by this grant. We appreciate the opportunity to learn how grantees’ work is reaching the public, and we are often able to share such updates with our networks.