Governor’s Early Literacy Foundation is here to support Imagination Library affiliates in raising awareness of their local programs in each of Tennessee’s 95 counties. As the supporting partner of the statewide Imagination Library, we provide co-branded logos and graphics for affiliates to download and use in their community. Below are these logos that you can directly download to your computer as well as a link to a folder to download all of them at once.
Statewide TN DPIL Logos
In Fall 2021, the Dollywood Foundation released two new statewide program logos below. These can be used on their own to represent Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library of Tennessee. Click here to download additional file formats and a black/white version of these DPIL Tennessee logos.
When recognizing GELF, you can select the horizontal or stacked version to best fit the available space. Black/white versions are available for use when there is a colored background. Click here to download additional file formats and a black/white version of the GELF logo.
Co-Branded GELF & DPIL
Adding a Local Sponsoring Organization Logo
With the creation of the new Tennessee DPIL logos, the Dollywood Foundation also provided the below co-branded partner templates with the option to include an affiliate’s local sponsoring organization logo. If you would like to add your local sponsoring organization’s logo, you can do so by adding a line underneath or to the left of the GELF and DPIL co-branded logo. Below are templates that showcase the format in horizontal and stacked versions. Please email [email protected] should you need assistance with editing this logo template. Click here to download additional file formats of the co-branded logos.
Customizing with County Name
Here is a link to instructions on customizing the state of TN DPIL logos with your county name.
How it Works Infographic
This infographic explains the funding model and public-private partnership for the statewide Imagination Library program in Tennessee. You can use this in materials as well as in talking points. Here is a link to download the graphic.