Nonprofit Promotional Items Grants Go to Nearly 275 Organizations Thanks to 4imprint
Having awarded promotional products grants to more than 7,000 nonprofit organizations since 2006, 4imprint swelled the total recently through its one by one program, honoring nearly 275 entities with endowments. The commendations continue the Wisconsin-based promotional product retailer’s practice of bestowing three $500 in-kind grants each business day for nonprofit promotional items.
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“It’s inspirational to see the incredible work these organizations are doing to help others and make the world a better place,” 4imprint CEO Kevin Lyons-Tarr said of the accolades, which are celebrating organizations whose goals range from community education to fundraising, awareness building and volunteer appreciation. “And it’s amazing to see all the different ways they effectively use promotional products to further their cause.”
A Business Wire account of the distribution of the awards singled out four of the winners, with the Lone Star Wheelers, United Way of Broome County, Hope for the Hungry and the Burlington County Board of Agriculture Women’s Leadership Committee receiving nods for endeavors that include wheelchair bicycle joyrides, salad bowl set giveaways, box banks for feeding programs and county fair-issued coloring books. To follow in the footsteps of the current victors and previous champs , organizations can submit their applications through the 4imprint one by one site.