You knew your innovative idea to help others was worthy of support, so you went after and won a Nantahala Health Foundation grant. You’ve taken the first big step.
What’s next? Putting your plan in motion, of course. And making to ensure others hear about the work you and your team are doing. We believe your grant award success and our partnership are worthy of celebration. By highlighting your success via the advertising avenues listed below, others will learn about our work and potentially also find it worthy of their support.
That is why we ask each Grantee to publicly and proudly acknowledge support from Nantahala Health Foundation within 30 days of accepting an award.
Let’s get this partnership off to a great start by working together to share this good news.
Social media is all about sharing stories through images: photos, gifs, and videos. NHF can help you create high-impact images to share your story and our partnership. And, once uploaded, be sure to tag us in all posts highlighting your program’s success.
Grantees may use Nantahala Health Foundation’s logo in compliance with our usage guidelines (pdf). Click HERE for details.
As the grantee, you must be the owner of photographs you use or otherwise have the right to use someone else’s photo. A photo must not contain material that violates or infringes another’s rights, including but not limited to privacy, publicity, or intellectual property rights, or that constitutes copyright infringement. Click HERE for a Photo Release Form you can use and keep on file.
When submitting a photo for public use, even to Nantahala Health Foundation, Grantee must agrees to defend, indemnify and hold harmless Nantahala Health Foundation and its officers, directors, and employees from all damages, liabilities, and expenses (including reasonable outside legal fees) arising out of or in connection with Nantahala Health Foundation’s use of the materials provided.
When submitting materials for publication that include identifiable images of individuals, Grantee is responsible for making the individuals aware of the photo’s intended use and ensuring that written permission to use the individual’s name and image has been secured.
If the identifiable person is under the age of 18, Grantee must have obtained consent from the minor’s parent or guardian. Copies of the third-party consents should be included when materials are submitted.