Recognition and Branding Tools
We're stronger when we communicate with one brand and one voice. Having a consistent look and tone is important to increasing recognition of Soroptimist, both locally and globally.
It is important that all levels of our organization use the “S” logo consistently, and not alter its look in any way. Having a consistent visual identity is essential to successful branding efforts, which affects SIA’s ability to increase our recognition, recruit members and fundraise outside our organization.
- Brand and Style Guides
- Logo Downloads
- Social Media Kit
- Key Messaging
- Promotional Materials
- Web Guides and Tools
Brand and Style Guides
Learn how to build a strong visual identity, the correct way to incorporate the logo into publicity materials and how to speak with proper Soroptimist style.
Use this PowerPoint to present SIA brand components.
Japanese version of the branding presentation created by 2017-2019 SIA Board Director Michiko Shoji
Access SIA's high-resolution trademarked logos.
Need all of the Soroptimist logos? Save time and download them all at once here.
A Note on Sunsetting the SI Emblem
SIA no longer uses the SI emblem on its materials, as it has limited appeal—particularly among younger women and women of diverse nationalities. Your SIA Board of Directors issued a logo policy calling for all clubs to cease use of the SI emblem by the end of 2019.
Banners and Flags
Use the following tools to create a banner or flag for your club and region. Production will require a professional printer. Any printer should be able to apply the design styles featured in the guide below.
EPS file (For use on a blue banner)
JPG file (For use on a blue banner)
EPS file (For use on a white banner)
JPG (For use on a white banner)
These messages are intended for internal use to help you understand and speak confidently about the direction our organization is heading.
Promoting the Dream Programs
Live Your Dream: Education and Training Awards for Women
The Fels Institute of Government, a research and consulting organization based at the University of Pennsylvania, released a study evaluating the Live Your Dream Awards.