Using our logo

Our logo is an important part of our identity. It represents an amaryllis flower – the symbol used internationally by organisations associated with Huntington’s disease.

Our logo is more than just an identifier – it actually explains who we are, our mission and our values. The amaryllis symbol shows the people – the flower head as the person with Huntington’s disease, and the leaves as the community.

More importantly, it shows how we act. Our community supports and protects each other. We continue to grow upwards and outwards as a community. We bring different strengths to the table, but we are connected to the same stem.

Our name – Huntington’s Disease Association – is an important part of our logo. It’s prominent and easy to read, showing we’re determined to bring Huntington’s disease out of the shadows to raise much needed awareness of the disease.

Using our logo

We’ve put together a guide to help you know when and how our logo can be used. We’ve also included some dos and don’ts to make sure our logo has maximum impact, which will really help when raising awareness of Huntington’s.

If you’d like to use our logo to help with your fundraising, please get in touch with our fundraising team to register your event, if you’ve not already done so.

Download our logo guide

Our logo is available in PNG and EPS formats. To request a copy, please email info@hda.org.uk