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Guidelines For Using the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service Logo and Other National Service Insignia

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service logo and other national service insignia are the property of the Corporation for National and Community Service, an agency of the federal government. They may be used only in accordance with authorization provided by the Corporation.

Appropriate Use of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service Logo (and Other National Service Insignia)

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service logo (and other national service insignia) may be used on informational materials describing Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service and other Corporation-supported programs and in connection with approved programmatic activities.

Inappropriate Use of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service Logo (and other National Service Insignia)

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service logo (and other national service insignia) may not be used in any of the following ways:

  • Attempting to influence legislation
  • Organizing or engaging in protest, petitions, boycotts or strikes
  • Assisting, promoting, or deterring union organizing
  • Impairing existing contracts for services or collective bargaining agreements
  • Engaging in partisan political activities, or other activities designed to influence the outcome of an election to any public office
  • Participating in, or endorsing, events or activities that are likely to include advocacy for or against political parties, political platforms, political candidates, proposed legislation or elected officials
  • Engaging in religious instruction, conducting worship services, engaging in religious proselytization
  • Supporting for-profit, commercial activities

Available Formats

The logo can be customized to incorporate your own logo underneath. A consistent logo used across the country helps connect our activities together and spread the message of “Make it a Day On … Not a Day Off.”

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