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This document explains how to use Christian Aid photos, videos and text effectively to expose the scandal of poverty.
Download Christian Aid's brand guidelines (PDF, 16mb)
This document explains how to write better copy that reflects our purpose: to bring about dramatic change in the world.
Download Christian Aid's tone of voice guidelines (PDF, 0.8mb)
A to Z guide
This easy-to-reference guide outlines Christian Aid's house style.
Download Christian Aid's A to Z guide for authors (PDF, 0.2mb)
Each set of logos is available in either .eps or .jpeg format.
EPS files are CMYK, the preferred format for professional printing. Those with access to design software such as Adobe Illustrator should be able to use these files.
JPEG files are RGB, making them suitable for use on the web. They are large versions, so there should be no issues with pixelation.
Please note, the below assets can only be used in-line with our brand guidelines.
These logos are used in Christian Aid's corporate communications.
Download EPSs (.ZIP, 39kb) | Download JPEGs (.ZIP, 0.2mb)
Download EPSs (.ZIP, 0.1mb) | Download JPEGs (.ZIP, 0.4mb)
Christian Aid Collective
These logos publicise the work of young activists working with Christian Aid.
Download EPSs (.ZIP, 1kb) | Download JPEGs (.ZIP, 0.3mb)
Download EPSs (.ZIP, 1.3mb) | Download JPEGs (.ZIP, 0.3mb)
Christian Aid Collective for social media
This logo is for digital use to publicise the work of young activists working with Christian Aid via social media.
Download EPS (.EPS, 0.5mb) | Download JPEG (.JPG, 1.2kb)