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Style Guide

The Easterseals brand has a rich history spanning 100 years. While our look and feel has changed over the years, our services and commitment to being the resource for people and families living with disabilities has not.

When making reference to the Easterseals brand in any format, please reference our style guide below. If you have any questions regarding our name, logo, and brand elements, please contact us.

If you would like access to our logo, please send a request to Dan Ciaglia. Please be sure to state your organization's name, for what purpose you're requesting the logo, and the file type you need.

Our Name

Although we are an affiliate-based organization with vibrant, creative, independent-minded affiliates across the nation, we are all Easterseals. We share a commitment to the people we serve. Together, we are one important, beloved, respected, effective, professional national organization that uses one recognized name and brand. The name as represented in our logo uses a friendly, approachable lowercase ‘e’ to begin our name. When writing about the organization, we treat Easterseals as a proper name and capitalize it in every instance.

Our Purpose

For 100 years, Easterseals has served as an indispensable resource for individuals with disabilities, veterans, seniors and their families. Together, our 71 affiliates in communities nationwide serve 1.5M people through high-quality programs including autism services, early intervention, workforce development, adult day care and more. In schools, workplaces and communities, we’re fostering environments where everyone is included and valued — with a real and positive impact on us all. Join us in ensuring that everyone – regardless of age or ability – is 100% included and 100% empowered.

Our Logo

The Easterseals logo is comprised of two distinctive parts: the sunburst graphic and Easterseals wordmark.

The logo should be presented in a way that retains its visual impact, so the minimum size for any use is 0.5865” x 1.5”

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