Grant Acknowledgement Toolkit

A guide for Capital Improvement Plan funding recipients

First of all, congratulations on receiving a Trans Canada Trail (TCT) grant!

As funding recipients, all groups are required to publicly acknowledge TCT’s contributions and how the Capital Improvement Plan is contributing to TCT’s development efforts to enhance the Trans Canada Trail.

By publicly acknowledging the Capital Improvement Plan and Trans Canada Trail, we hope that awareness will be raised, and more support and funds will be generated to maintain the Trail.

The following are the requirements established for this program:

  • Visually acknowledge Trans Canada Trail by including our acknowledgment logo and/or written message on printed and digital materials
  • Include news of your funding in any publications your organization produces, such as newsletters, annual reports, etc.
  • Make a public announcement on your website and social media platforms
  • Include TCT quotations in news releases related to the project
  • Mention TCT support at events, conferences, etc.
  • Acknowledge TCT on websites and social media platforms

We suggest you download the full guide on how to acknowledge your grant. Below, you’ll find useful items such as our logos, media relations tips and social media messaging that should be helpful in both acknowledging  Trans Canada Trail, as well as promoting your efforts.

Download our logos

It’s preferred that the acknowledgement logo is used. If space does not allow for the acknowledgment logo, you may use the standard TCT logo.

Where logo placement is not available, the following sentence should be used:

This project was funded in part by a grant from Trans Canada Trail to enhance our local section of the Trans Canada Trail.

TCT Grant acknowledgement logo

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Download our Acknowledgement logo guidelines for instructions on how to use our logo.

Media relations tips and templates

Download Media Relations tips

Download Media Advisory template

Download Media Release template

Social media 

Download social media messaging that can be paired with graphics (below)

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