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KINF Media Kit

Download our brand guidelines for quick instructions on how to use our logo, as well as information on color palette, typeface, and other design elements.

The use of Kids In Need Foundation: 

Please use Kids In Need Foundation (KINF) for the first mention. Following that, KINF can be used, if it has been included in the first mention.

Here are some common mistakes to avoid:

  • The 'I' in 'In' should always be capitalized.
  • Please do not use: Kids In Need, KIN.

KINF programs:

  • Supply A Teacher
    • Use: or Supply A Teacher program
    • Please do not use: program or reference to grants
  • Supply A Student 
    • Use: Supply A Student or Supply A Student program
  • Second Responder®
  • Kids In Need Foundation National Network of Resource Centers
    • Use (after first mention only): KINF National Network of Resource Centers, Network


Kids In Need Foundation (KINF) believes every child in America deserves equal opportunity and access to a quality education. KINF partners with teachers in underserved schools to ensure students are prepared to learn in the classroom, providing essential school supplies and other badly needed resources. Through its programs and National Network of Resource Centers, comprised of more than 40 mission-driven organizations across the U.S., KINF in 2021 supported over 7.8 million students and 316,900 teachers in 13,808 under-resourced schools. More than $162 million in free supplies and classroom resources was distributed nationwide at no cost to schools or teachers. For more information, visit, and join us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter: @KidsInNeed.

If you are a member of the media, please contact Lindsey Mitchell or call 504-390-5116 with all inquiries.

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