Even as a non-profit, brands and logos are a core representation of an organization. As such, we hope that these guidelines, will help our organization have more community outreach, and vice versa for our welfare homes.
You may use any of the logos featured on all Ti-Ratana Buddhist Society, Ti-Ratana Welfare Society, Meals on Wheels and TRYBS websites for purposes limited to activites that are being jointly organized between any of our organizations departments/projects, activites being held at our venues or hosted on our online platforms, tokens of appreciation, whether in a physical format such as a plaque, or certificate or online media, including videos, photos, slides and digital certificates.
High resolution copies of the logos are available upon request, and selected standard quality versions of our logos are available here. For logos not available on this page and for all high resolution copies of logos, you may contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following logos must not be used on any document of identification that is not issued by Ti-Ratana and any of our organizations departments. Any merchandise that is for sale, or for free distribution that contains our logo must have prior approval obtained from the Ti-Ratana Group. You can do so by contacting email@example.com.
Our former logo is for use on any pre-dated items containing a date prior to 1st January 2019.
Ti-Ratana Group Logo
This logo should be used in situations meant to represent the Ti-Ratana Group overall. It can be used on its own, but also can be used alongside any of the other logos on this page. However, if the situation is meant to represent a particular department of our organization, this logo must be used alongside that department's logo, or that department's logo can also be used alone.
The colour used in our group logo is Catalina Blue, with the HEX code #023F87.
The blue can also be referred to as "Deep Compassionate Blue", as that is the virtue that the colour traditionally represents in Buddhism, and that is what the colour stands for at Ti-Ratana.
Example 1: ACME Sdn Bhd is working on their
CSR project with Ti-Ratana Meals on Wheels
Example 2: XYZ wants to thank Ti-Ratana for helping them out. Take note the "special thanks to" text or equivalent text can be of your own font and design.
Ti-Ratana Buddhist Society
This logo should be used in situations meant to represent our Buddhist Society. It can be used on its own, but also can be used alongside any of the other logos on this page.
The colours used in our Buddhist Society's logo are
- Catalina Blue, with the HEX code #083F88
- French Rose, with the HEX code #F05B89
The meaning behind the logo is simple - the Dhammacakka to represent the Buddha, His Dhamma and the Sangha, and the lotus as a universal symbol of purity in Buddhism. A lotus blooms in the dirty mud, but is ever so beautiful. Like a lotus, all of us may be born into Samsara (the earthly world) but we have the potential to become a Buddha (Perfectly Enlightened One).
The blue can also be referred to as "Deep Compassionate Blue", as that is the virtue that the colour traditionally represents in Buddhism, and that is what the colour stands for at Ti-Ratana. The pink can also be referred to as "Lotus Pink", representing a lotus.
How to download: click on the button which will take you to Google Drive, click on the download button on the upper right of the Google Drive webpage.
The text in Bahasa Malaysia that reads "Persatuan Buddha Ti-Ratana Kuala Lumpur & Selangor" ("Ti-Ratana Buddhist Society" in Bahasa Malaysia) below the logo shall be included at all times unless it is accompanied by the Group logo to its right, like this example:
This old logo should only be used for any media dated prior to the 1st of January 2019. The colours used in our old logo are:
- Wewak Pink, with the HEX code #ED99B3
- Sea Green, with the HEX code #2E9C5E
- Black, with the HEX code #000000
It should not be used for any media dated from the 1st of January 2019 onwards.
Ti-Ratana Welfare Society
The meaning behind our Welfare Society's logo shows that with the values of the Triple Gem, we can Lift a Hand (reach out to help others in need) and Light a Heart (make others joyful).
The colours used in our Welfare Society's logo are:
- Bay of Many with the HEX code #2E3192
All other logos are available upon request.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain the other logos.
Facebook, Instagram and Twitter
All images and content featured on our website, our main Facebook page, our main Instagram profile, our Twitter account, our main website, our branches' and initiatives' websites and social media platforms are all content owned wholly or partially by the Ti-Ratana Group, or have been used with permission from copyright holders unless otherwise stated. These terms apply to everyone, even if a position is held by that individual or group of people within the Ti-Ratana Group.
The content from our platforms may be shared using each respective social media platform's sharing functions (such as share post on Facebook), but must contain the original post or a reference to it. No individual, group or page is allowed to post any content that has been shared on our platforms on their own platform directly through a post by their personal profile on Facebook or Instagram unless they tag the relevant source of the post or link to the original post in their post.
Sharing of our content via Instagram Stories and Facebook Stories is permitted, but individuals must either link to our official profiles via the post or tag us in their story. The use of asking people to private message your own account as opposed to our account is strictly prohibited and legal action can be taken against individuals who make requests to people to private message their own account while making a post about us. The only exception is when there is an officially authorized collaboration between you and our organization or affiliated departments.
YouTube, Instagram Video, Facebook Video and Livestreams
All videos on our YouTube platforms, Instagram platforms, Facebook platforms, and any live stream on those platforms are all content owned wholly or partially by the Ti-Ratana Group or have been used with permission from copyright holders unless otherwise stated.
The content from our platforms may be shared using each respective platform's sharing functions (such as share post on Facebook), but must contain the original post or a reference to it. No individual, group, or page is allowed to post any video that has been shared on our platforms on their own platform directly through a post by their personal profile on Facebook or Instagram, or their Personal YouTube channel unless they tag the relevant source of the post or link to the original post in their post.
You must not use any parts of our videos as your own content without prior permission from our branding, public relations, and media departments.
Sharing of our content via WhatsApp is permitted. However, you are to refrain from asking individuals to privately message you for further information if you are not an authorized representative of that particular project, event, initiative, or the Ti-Ratana Group. If people private message you, all inquiries must be directed or redirected to their designated representative(s). The only exception is when there is an officially authorized collaboration between you and our organization or affiliated departments.
No member of the public is allowed to solicit for donations for the Ti-Ratana Group or its components. If you have the intention of making donations by pooling funds or collectively pooling money, you must inform us prior to doing so, and we will have our representatives monitor the process for transparency.
Posters and Flyers
When any of our branding collaterals, associated trademarks and names are used in posters in any form of Posters and Flyers, please be aware of pre-existing templates that are encouraged to be used, and in some situations, required, in order to create some level of uniformity within the organization. The branding kit to be used is only accessible to those involved in the creation of posters. If you have not received it, you can contact email@example.com.