EquallyAble Foundation’s new logo is more than just a visual change — it is a sign of many exciting things to come, starting now. The combination of different disabilities in equal quarters, making up the circle, symbolizes the presence of all major disabilities and recognizes the need to integrate them to create inclusive communities around the world. While the blue hue is a continuation of thrust from the earlier logos, on keeping and building trust, the red has been introduced to indicate that the foundation is looking at bold and innovate ways to mainstream people with disabilities using social innovation and technology, even in radically different ways.

We are looking at a number of initiatives to mainstream people with disabilities in different communities across the world and remain committed to empowering people with disabilities, one person, one community at a time.

Logo Usage Guidelines:

These guidelines have been developed to ensure the consistent use of the EquallyAble Foundation (EAF) logo. We encourage all participating non-profit organizations to use the logo as a way of spreading information within the disability community about the existence of EAF and its vision.

The EAF logo may be used in project signage, both print and online material such as posters, stickers, t-shirts, publications, annual reports, or at events and other activities organized as a result of funding or collaborative partnership from EAF.

EAF Logo:

The only version of the logo that should be used is given below. Modification of the logo in any way is not permitted.

Accompanying Text:

Any statement of acknowledgment should read:

A EAF Fund project [in cases where the sole funding for an event or activity has been provided by EAF] OR

Supported by the EAF Fund [in cases where the project is funded only in part by EAF]

Videos – Online, Marketing, Outreach and or PSA:

Video creation needs to be culturally appropriate and reflect the nature of the partnership accurately. Video created for such purposes should include:
• EAF logo
• Project name
• Name of the organization and their logo
• Statement of acknowledgement:

A EAF Fund project [in cases where the sole funding for an event or activity has been provided by EAF] OR

Supported by the Disability Rights Fund [in cases where the project is funded only in part by EAF]

Project Signage:

Project signage needs to be culturally appropriate and reflect the nature of the partnership accurately. Project signage should include:
• EAF logo
• Project name
• Name of the organization and their logo
• Statement of acknowledgement:

A EAF project [in cases where the sole funding for an event or activity has been provided by EAF] OR

Supported by the EAF [in cases where the project is funded only in part by EAF]

Business Cards:
If you work for an organization that has received funding from EAF, do not put the EAF logo on your business card, as it may incorrectly imply that you are an employee, member of board of trustees or office bearer of EAF.