Publicity & Recognition Guidelines

The following publicity and recognition guidelines apply to all Archstone Foundation Grantees.  Your innovative work deserves recognition, and we strongly encourage you to announce your grant through the media, your own publications, and through your professional affiliations.  We also want the community to know that our funds are a part of your efforts to improve the health, well-being, and quality of older adults, so we ask that you acknowledge Archstone Foundation in your media relations and community outreach.

Printed Materials (e.g., brochures, presentation handouts, websites, reports)
We ask that you acknowledge Archstone Foundation’s grant in a visible location (e.g., front or back cover) by using one of the following statements:

  • Made possible by a grant from Archstone Foundation; or
  • Funded, in part, by Archstone Foundation.

Please use the Foundation’s entire name, Archstone Foundation.  Upon first mention you may abbreviate to the Foundation.

You can download the Archstone Foundation logo for use in your materials at the links below.  Click here to agree to the terms of use and download the logo in various formats.

Public Presentations

If speaking before a civic or professional group about your funded program, please remember to mention us.  We often mention our grantees as examples of how our funds make a difference in the community.  Please include Archstone Foundation’s logo (download link above).

News Releases and Media Relations
Please acknowledge Archstone Foundation in any news release written about the funded program.  The Foundation requests a copy of the drafted news release be submitted at least five (5) days prior to the distribution to the media for review and edits.  Please allow two working days for approval.

Media Relations
If anyone from your organization participates in media interviews about the funded program, we ask that you acknowledge the Archstone Foundation’s grant.  The following is a description of the Foundation that may be used in media relations:

  • Established in 1986, Archstone Foundation is a private, non-profit foundation whose mission is to prepare society for the growing needs of an aging population.  Under the leadership of President and CEO, Christopher A. Langston, Archstone grants up to $5 million annually, primarily in Southern California.

Website, Annual Report and Publications
We like to highlight our grantees, their programs and activities on our website, annual report and other issue related publications.  We request your cooperation in accurately representing the program and are appreciative of photos, brief statements, as well as your organization’s URL address.  Likewise, we request that you acknowledge Archstone Foundation’s support in your website, annual report, and program-related publications.  Our internet address is:

Download the Publicity & Recognition Guidelines