Welcome to CHS Alliance. As a member of the Alliance, you have access to the Alliance member logo for use in your organisation’s print and digital promotional materials. While, as a member of the Alliance, there is no requirement to co-brand, we encourage you to do so. Not only does this increase the visibility of the Alliance and the collective work of all the members, but it also has many reputational benefits. Being a member of the Alliance demonstrates your organisation is part of a global movement calling for improvements in quality, accountability and people management.

The following guidelines have been designed to help both full and associate members display the logo in a fashion that is mutually beneficial.

The CHS Alliance member logo

CHS Alliance Membership logo

Use by CHS Alliance members

CHS Alliance member logo may be used by full and associate members. Members are encouraged to display the logo on their website, and may also include it on their corporate stationery, campaigning materials and communication literature. They may also use the logo in all other advertising and promotional materials and on exhibition displays if considered appropriate.

CHS Alliance member logo (.jpg)
CHS Alliance member logo (.eps)

The following guidelines are intended to ensure consistency in the appearance of the logo so that it is always distinct and legible.

  • The CHS Alliance member logo can be used to indicate that the organisation is a member of the Alliance, but may not be used in a way that suggests the organisation has been third-party verified or certified to be in compliance with the Core Humanitarian Standard.
  • Material for printing should be produced using the high-resolution file (.eps) of the CHS Alliance member logo – see link above.
  • The CHS Alliance member logo should not be rendered in outline, altered or distorted.
  • The CHS alliance member logo must never overlap or be combined with other devices or text.
  • The CHS Alliance member logo should never be placed next to credit card or other payment symbols.
  • For more details about the minimum size, the colour palette used, and other branding guidelines please refer to the Branding Guidelines for members.

Please note: Those organisations undertaking third-party verification and certification will have the option to use a certification mark to demonstrate they have been found to be in compliance with the Core Humanitarian Standard through an external assessment of their operations. This is currently under development.