Promote the Event
Logo and Brand Policy
The name “22q at the Zoo” and the 22q at the Zoo logo are trademarks of the International 22q11.2 Foundation (the “Marks”). Once you have officially registered your city and zoo with the Foundation, you will be authorized to use the name of the event and given access to the official 22q at the zoo logo in high resolution graphics. You may use the name and logo on flyers and banners. Modification of the name or logo, or use of either in any way not previously authorized without the express written consent of the International 22q11.2 Foundation is prohibited.
The Foundation will have the right to receive documentation, upon reasonable written request, of your use of the Marks and the goods and/or services provided in connection with the Marks. If you are not using the Marks in accordance with the Foundations instructions or in a way that meets its standards and policies as may be reasonably set from time to time by the Foundation, the Foundation may require you to stop using the Marks. This policy is in place because it is our intent to make the event stronger by improving the consistency and impact of the branding.
Download the Sponsorship Letter and find local businesses and organizations to support your 22q at the Zoo event.
We will send you an electronic flyer to print out once you are confirmed. You may use this flyer to promote the event in medical clinics, schools, coffee shops or any place you desire as well as sharing it through email.
Download the Press Release HERE and edit it to reflect your event. Send it to your local newspaper(s), television stations, radio stations and other media outlets approximately two weeks before the event and make a reminder call a day or two prior.
Local media love good public interest stories!
Build excitement and momentum by posting about your event or joining our 22q at the Zoo Facebook group and posting about your event!
Be a 22q Citizen Journalist!
Whenever you hold events or fundraising campaigns in your community — please be a citizen journalist and take photos, write descriptions and share with your local news media such as newspapers, magazines and television.
Here are a few suggestions for your work:
- Post your group and individual photos
- Include photo captions and short descriptions of activities
- Show the world our collective smile!
- Through your pictures and words we will create a digital time capsule worldwide 22q events!
Also, don’t forget to share your photos on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages and email them to the Foundation at email@example.com so we can share them!
Use the Hashtag: #22q and @22qFoundation
Download this Summary Checklist to make sure all aspects of your event are finalized.
If you have any further questions, concerns or problems, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are here to help you every step of the way.