Press Release Guidelines
The Presser Foundation’s Press Release Guidelines are in place to maintain the continuity of The Presser Foundation brand and to support all grantees’ desires to publicize their relationship with The Foundation.
Please refer to the following Guidelines when preparing a press release that contains the use of The Presser Foundation name or involves The Foundation in any way.
For press release approval, or further questions, please contact Teresa Rodgers at email@example.com.
The benefits of publishing a press release with reference to The Presser Foundation include:
Referencing The Presser Foundation
As The Presser Foundation has grown and evolved over its eight-decade history, the following standards are in place to help clarify the use of the name. Please refer to these guidelines, for all communications that include The Presser Foundation name:
Boiler Plate Language and Media Contact Policy
All press releases referencing The Presser Foundation must include an “About The Presser Foundation” paragraph that contains The Presser Foundation Boilerplate language and a link to The Presser Foundation home page. The Presser Foundation Boilerplate may not be altered in any manner. See example below.
About The Presser Foundation
The Presser Foundation was established in 1939 under the Deeds of Trust and Will of the late Theodore Presser. It is one of the few private foundations in the United States dedicated solely to music education and music philanthropy. The Presser Foundation supports music performance and education through undergraduate and graduate scholar awards, operating and program support for music organizations, capital grants for music building projects, and assistance to retired music teachers. Much of the grant making focus of the Foundation is on organizations and institutions in the 100-mile radius surrounding Center City Philadelphia. For more information: www.presserfoundation.org
Press & Media Contact:
For information regarding the use of The Presser Foundation logo, or how to obtain a quote from a Presser Foundation spokesperson, please contact Teresa Rodgers.
The Presser Foundation was established in 1939. It is one of the few private foundations in the United States dedicated solely to music education and music philanthropy.
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