Press and marketing guidance for Westfield East Bank Creative Futures Fund projects
This is a dedicated marketing resource for grant recipients of the Westfield East Bank Creative Futures Fund, advising on logos, social media, press and marketing support.
For marketing, we ask that you use your relevant grant scheme logo and also the logos for Foundation for Future London and Westfield Stratford City.
- Main logo
- Small Grant Scheme logos
- Medium Grant Scheme logos
- Large Grant Scheme logos
- Foundation for Future London logo
- Westfield Stratford City logo
- Branding guidelines
We ask that you use our logos for websites, print and digital marketing, social media asssets and other displays.
If there is not enough space for the logos, please use the wording ‘Supported by Westfield East Bank Creative Futures Fund, funded by Westfield Stratford City and delivered by Foundation for Future London.’
If you’d like any advice, please contact Communications Manager Amy Zamarripa Solis on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Funded projects will be offered a unique project page on our website, plus organisation pages for all partner organisations. Please contact us to take advantage of this marketing opportunity. View all projects.
If you are doing press and would like a quote for your project from the Foundation, please contact us with at least one week’s notice before you plan to send out.
In your release, please use the wording to credit our funding ‘Supported by Westfield East Bank Creative Futures Fund, funded by Westfield Stratford City and delivered by Foundation for Future London.’
You are welcome to use our boilerplates on your press release and blurb about the fund.
Foundation for Future London
Foundation for Future London is an independent charity created to connect communities, the new East Bank and its globally renowned arts, innovation and cultural partners to ensure East Bank is London’s must-visit destination and becomes a resilient, thriving, world-class neighbourhood of local and global significance. We’re fundraising to expand grant-making opportunities for East Bank communities and partners and facilitating creative placemaking, to support local places, learning, training and employment through arts, education, culture and innovation. Our vision is for a vibrant and inclusive creative East Bank, creating authentic engagement with local people of East London in the boroughs of Hackney, Newham, Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest. https://future.london
Westfield East Bank Creative Futures Fund
Westfield East Bank Creative Futures Fund is an ambitious five-year programme that aims to invest £10 million in to local communities of Newham, Tower Hamlets, Hackney and Waltham Forest. This flagship project will provide new jobs, learning, training and educational programmes through the means of arts, culture, innovation, public realm and creative placemaking. The programme aims to transform and catalyse the lives and careers of people in East London by putting funding, resources and support straight into local people’s hands. The fund is supported by Westfield Stratford City and delivered by Foundation for Future London. https://future.london/programme/westfield-east-bank-creative-futures-fund/
Westfield Stratford City
Westfield Stratford City is London’s most popular shopping destination by footfall, located in London’s fastest growing area, and now has over 51 million annual customer visits. The centre has been a catalyst for the regeneration of the Stratford area, bringing around a million shoppers every week, as well as jobs, tourism and investment to the local community. As a group, Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield (URW) has invested over £1.75 billion in Westfield Stratford City with further investment of £670 million on 1,200 new homes in the surrounding area. The Group investment continues to include significant public realm improvements and green space provision, from new pedestrian routes to sustainable open space. This has created environments people want to visit, live and work in – in turn bringing further economic and social benefits. https://uk.westfield.com/stratfordcity