Our digital media center is a resource to help members of the media and organizational partners access digital assets and other information to communicate about United Way of Summit County. Please contact Beth Boggins at 330.643.5519 or by email if you are interested in the following:
- Sourcing content including quotes, b-roll, photo, data or other information
- Organizing an interview with a member of our senior leadership team
- Obtaining an exclusive interview or comment from the United Way of Summit County
Brand Guidelines and Logos
United Way of Summit County adheres to strict brand guidelines in accordance with United Way Worldwide. These downloadable logos are made available to the media, workplace campaign participants, funded agencies and others with explicit permission. Please review the guidelines below before using the logos. United Way reserves the right to request revisions in printed and online materials when brand guidelines are not followed.
Logo Usage Guidelines
The United Way monotone logo must only be shown in black or blue (PMS 287). Unless printed on white paper, the brandmark requires a white border. Do not reduce the width of the United Way logo to less than .75 inches for print or 1 inch for screen applications. When resizing please use the shift key to maintain proper proportions. The rainbow hand should always be a perfect circle, not an oval. Logos linked below are JPG files. If you need a high resolution logo or more information contact Janet Fashbaugh at 330.643.5534 or by email.
Our preferred name in print is United Way of Summit County. In all written documents, always use the name in its entirety when referring to the organization the first time. After that, all subsequent references in the same document can be just United Way. Try to avoid abbreviating the name. However, if it is absolutely necessary to abbreviate, then UWSC is acceptable.
United Way of Summit County advances the common good by creating opportunities for a better life for all. Our focus is on Education, Income and Health because these are the building blocks for a good quality of life. We train a spotlight on critical issues, engage with private and public sector leaders and coordinate agendas with partners to leverage Collective Impact. We invite everyone to be part of the change by giving, advocating and volunteering. When we work together in common purpose, we LIVE UNITED. For more information about United Way of Summit County visit uwsummit.org.