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Incubator Fund communications toolkit

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Congratulations on receiving a Youth Music grant for your Incubator Fund project!

As part of your grant requirements, Youth Music must be acknowledged as a funder in all official written and verbal communications associated with the Programme. Find information and top tips below.


  • Add our logo to your website and all materials relating to your project.
  • Advocate for inclusion
  • Celebrate the grant on social media
  • Mention Youth Music in your press release
  • Add recruitment opportunities to Youth Music’s Opportunities Board

Advocating for inclusion

At Youth Music, we invest in organisations who champion the need for better musical inclusion. To drive real change, we can all play a part in inspiring other music projects and professionals nationwide. Find out how here.


Add our logo to your website and all project-related information, marketing and publicity materials. See our logo guidelines and download them here.

Social media

As a minimum, we expect you to celebrate your grant award on social media. We’ve put together some images and suggested copy you can use in our toolkit below.

PR / Media

Got a story or event that might attract media attention? Make sure you mention that the project is supported by players of People's Postcode Lottery. Our Communications Team will happily provide a quote.

Useful resources

Take a look through our list of useful online tools and resources that can help you plan your digital communications.


All recruitment opportunities for 18-25 year olds as part of your project should be submitted to Youth Music’s Opportunities Board. Any external recruitment pages/packs should contain the Youth Music logo and/or written acknowledgement.