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Becky Dillenberg, 4imprint
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4imprint® Awards 252 New onebyone® Promotional Product Grants
(OSHKOSH, Wis.)—More than 250 U.S. and Canadian nonprofit organizations, schools and religious organizations were awarded promotional products grants through 4imprint’s onebyone program during the second quarter of 2015. The goal of 4imprint’s onebyone charitable giving program is to award one promotional products grant every business day – however, that goal was exceeded in the second quarter of this year.
Each onebyone recipient organization receives a $500 in-kind promotional products donation. In addition to supporting the 252 grant recipients, 4imprint also donated promotional items to other charitable organizations to help advance their causes. Charities use their products in an assortment of ways, reaching staff, clients, employees, donors, supporters, volunteers, community members and more. Among the list of recipients:
- Kids ‘n Kinship distributed at sporting events logo’d seat cushions for bleachers as an awareness and recruitment tool for potential mentors and kids.
- Honor Flight Philadelphia, a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing WWII veterans to see their memorial in Washington D.C., presented veterans with a photo of the trip in an imprinted glass frame.
“It’s exciting to see how charities use the promotional products to help reach their goals, by growing awareness, thanking donors or even recognizing volunteers.” said Kevin Lyons-Tarr, CEO, 4imprint. “We are happy to have the opportunity to contribute in a small way to the great things these organizations are doing.”
As the onebyone charitable giving program continues to grow, 4imprint is currently accepting applications for its 2015 onebyone program online at http://onebyone.4imprint.com. Any 501(c)3 organization, registered Canadian charity, school or religious organization is eligible to apply. Interested organizations are asked to submit applications a minimum of two months before items will be used to allow time for application processing and product delivery.
2015 second quarter one by one recipients include:
A Sister’s Love Foundation Inc. — Deltona, Fla.
Abode Services — Fremont, Calif.
Action for Healthy Communities Society of Edmonton — Edmonton, Alberta
Adventist World Aviation — Sullivan, Wis.
Agape Child & Family Services — Memphis, Tenn.
Alexandra Hospital Foundation — Ingersoll, Ontario
Allyson Whitney Foundation, Inc. — Rock Hill, N.Y.
Aly & Izy Foundation — Lincoln, Calif.
Alzheimer’s Services of the Capital Area — Baton Rouge, La.
Amberly’s Place — Yuma, Ariz.
American Bird Conservancy — Debary, Fla.
Americana Community Center — Louisville, Ky.
Angel Gowns of WNY, Inc. — Tonawanda, N.Y.
Animate A Way — San Diego, Calif.
Another Child Foundation — Princeton, Ill.
Antonio E. Garcia Arts and Education Center — Corpus Christi, Texas
Appleton A Better Chance Program — Appleton, Wis.
The Arc of Dunn County, Inc. — Menomonie, Wis.
The Arrow Fund — Louisville, Ky.
Arts For Life — Asheville, N.C.
Askennonia Senior Centre — Midland, Ontario
Association des Femmes Canadiennes-Françaises — Oshawa, Ontario
Bedford Pubic Library — Bedford, Texas
Best Friends Neenah-Menasha — Neenah, Wis.
Beyond Emancipation — Oakland, Calif.
Bill Koepke Memorial Golf Outing — Appleton, Wis.
Blue Stars Performing Arts for Youth — La Crosse, Wis.
BlueHair Technology Group — Johns Creek, Ga.
Books are GEMS — El Paso, Texas
Bowie State University Foundation — Bowie, Minn.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Cascade County — Great Falls, Mont.
Boys’ & Girls’ Brigade — Neenah, Wis.
Brandon Thielke Foundation — Winneconne, Wis.
Bridging the Gap Family Services — Manassas, Va.
Buffalo Audubon Society — North Java, N.Y.
Cadott Community Library — Cadott, Wis.
Calgary Humane Society — Calgary, Alberta
California Historic Route 66 Association — Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.
Camp Fiesta — Weston, Fla.
Camp Northstar — Islip, N.Y.
Camp Ryan Adams — Eau Claire, Wis.
Camp To Belong – Wisconsin, Inc. — Fond du Lac, Wis.
Can Do Cancer — Ankeny, Iowa
Canadian Cancer Society, Alberta/NWT Division — Calgary, Alberta
Canadian Cancer Society, Manitoba Division — Brandon, Manitoba
Canadian DeafBlind Association – Sask Chapter Inc. — Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Canadian Diabetes Association — Winnipeg, Manitoba
Canadian Mental Health Association — Newmarket, Ontario
Canadian Mental Health Association – Weyburn Branch — Weyburn, Saskatchewan
Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) — Ottawa, Ontario
Center for Suicide Awareness — Kaukauna, Wis.
ChangingGears — Cincinnati, Ohio
Child & Adolescent Treatment Services — Cheektowaga, N.Y.
The Children’s Aid Society — New York, N.Y.
Children’s Haven — Joplin, Mo.
Chisholm Trail Retired Senior Volunteer Program — Denton, Texas
Cindy’s Legacy Charity — Reston, Va.
Collins Elementary — Florence, Ky.
Community Inc. — Kentville, Nova Scotia
Community Partners of El Paso — El Paso, Texas
Community Respite Service Inc. — Winnipeg, Manitoba
Community Senior Services — Claremont, Calif.
Como Lions Heart — Fort Worth, Texas
Connect for Community — Sparta, N.J.
Court Appointed Special Advocates — Elmer, N.J.
Creative Outlet Theatre Ensemble — Mt Pleasant, Iowa
Crestwood 4Cs — Mantua, Ohio
Cribs for Kids Infant Safe Sleep Initiative — Pittsburgh, Pa.
Crisis Nursery — Urbana, Ill.
Crossroads House — Batavia, N.Y.
cureCADASIL Association — Plainsboro, N.J.
Danielle Dawn Smalley Foundation — Crandall, Texas
DC EcoWomen — Washington, District of Columbia
DHF- Walldogs Mural Project — Delavan, Wis.
Dove Center (DVSARC, Inc.) — Oakland, Md.
Down Syndrome Assoc. of Central California — Fresno, Calif.
DREAM It Forward Foundation Inc. — Hampton, Ga.
Dream Jamaica — Seattle, Wash.
Eagle Santa Fund Inc. — Pittsfield, Mass.
Easter Seals Wisconsin — Madison, Wis.
Edmonton’s Food Bank — Edmonton, Alberta
Elizabeth Ann Seton Program — Litchfield, Ill.
Equality Project Inc. — Evanston, Ill.
Extra Special People, Inc. — Watkinsville, Ga.
Fairhaven Foundation — Peterborough, Ontario
Family Crisis Center — Farmington, N.M.
Family Service & Guidance Center — Topeka, Kan.
FAMILY, Inc. — Council Bluffs, Iowa
FIRN (Foreign born Information and Referral Network) — Columbia, Md.
The Fit Kids Foundation — Redwood City, Calif.
Fond du Lac Festivals — Fond du Lac, Wis.
The Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County, Inc. — Stamford, Conn.
Foster Siblings Reunited D/B/A Camp To Belong – GA — Canton, Ga.
Foundation for Baltimore County Public Library — Towson, Md.
Four Paws Food Pantry — Loudon, Tenn.
Fox Cities Building for the Arts — Appleton, Wis.
Francis Center for Servant Leadership — MISENHEIMER, N.C.
Friends For Life — Yates Center, Kan.
Friends of the Drake Public Library — Centerville, Iowa
Friends of the Mill Pond & Oak Creek Watercourse — South Milwaukee, Wis.
Friends of the Woodburn Public Library — Woodburn, Ore.
Fun Coast Down Syndrome Association — Palm Coast, Fla.
Gignoo Transition House — Fredericton, New Brunswick
God’s Grace @ Brown County Presbyterian Fellowship — Nashville, Ind.
Granite Falls Hospital & Manor — Granite Falls, Minn.
Grimshaw High School Council — Berwyn, Alberta
Guernsey Special Olympics — Byesville, Ohio
Guns ‘N Hoses Organization — Lenexa, Kan.
Habitat for Humanity of Archuleta County — Pagosa Springs, Colo.
Healthy Start Coalition of Orange County — Orlando, Fla.
Heaven on Earth for Veterans Inc. — St Pete Beach, Fla.
Heckrodt Wetland Reserve — Menasha, Wis.
Helpful Hands, NREIC — Wayne, N.J.
Highfields, Inc. — Onondaga, Mich.
Hillsboro Area Health Foundation — Hillsboro, Ill.
The Homes for Children Corporation — Fort Worth, Texas
Honor Flight Philadelphia — Springfield, Pa.
Hoo Haven Wildlife Rehab & Education Center — Durand, Ill.
Hope for Hypothalamic Hamartomas — Waddell, Ariz.
Hope Through Grace, Inc. — Houston, Texas
Housing Visions / Visions for Change — Syracuse, N.Y.
How Dogs Help Kids/Loving All Animals — Palm Desert, Calif.
Humble Hearts — Chicago, Ill.
HYPF — Pearland, Texas
Inclusion Missouri: The Recreation Council of Greater Kansas City — Kansas City, Mo.
International Samaritan — Ann Arbor, Mich.
Jazz Corner Society — Appleton, Wis.
Job Olympics — Mequon, Wis.
Joshua’s Place — South Lebanon, Ohio
Junior Achievement of Wisconsin — Appleton, Wis.
Junior Auxiliary of Saline County — Benton, Ark.
Junior Mentoring Programs — Martinsburg, W.Va.
Just the Beginning – A Pipeline Organization — Chicago, Ill.
Kennedy-Donovan Center — Kingston, Mass.
Kenya Works — Appleton, WI 54912, Wis.
Kids ‘n Kinship — Apple Valley, Minn.
The Koinonia Foundation — Alexandria, Va.
Konnarock Retreat House, Inc. — Damascus, Va.
Kyle W. Kiihnl Memorial Foundation — Cordova, Tenn.
Lake Ariel Volunteer Fire Department — Lake Ariel, Pa.
Lander Elks Lodge — Lander, Wyo.
LEAP of Noble County — Albion, Ind.
The Learning Laboratory New Orleans — New Orleans, La.
Life Start Inc. — Gahanna, Ohio
LifeTree Church — Buffalo, Minn.
Lincoln Hills Lions Club — Granite Bay, Calif.
Literacy Partners of Kewaunee County, Inc. — Luxemburg, Wis.
Longmont Humane Society — Longmont, Colo.
Lookingglass Rural Fire District — Roseburg, Ore.
Louisville AIDS Walk — Louisville, Ky.
Lupus Foundation of America – Links 4 Lupus — Oshkosh, Wis.
Maanavseva — Chelmsford, Mass.
Machane Gan Yisroel — Chicago, Ill.
Mahala’s Hope Inc. — Eden, Wis.
Make-A-Wish Central and Western North Carolina — Charlotte, N.C.
Mariners Inn — Detroit, Mich.
Marion County 4-H Association — Ocala, Fla.
Martin Center Sickle Cell Initiative — Indianapolis, Ind.
Massachusetts Horticultural Society — Wellesley, Mass.
Memory Matters — Hilton Head, S.C.
MERCYWORLDWIDE — Torrance, Calif.
Metropolitan Area Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance — Philadelphia, Pa.
MHA in Butler Co. (Compeer Program) — Butler, Pa.
Military Veterans Against Child Abuse — San Antonio, Texas
Minnesota Sudden Cardiac Arrest Survivor Network — Minneapolis, Minn.
MIT Clean Energy Prize — Cambridge, Mass.
Molecular Sciences Institute — Milpitas, Calif.
Monkey Do Project — Indianapolis, Ind.
Muscular Dystrophy Association — Green Bay, Wis.
My Story Matters — Springville, Utah
NAMI of Collier County — Naples, Fla.
The Nashville Dream Center — Nashville, Tenn.
Neenah Animal Shelter — Neenah, Wis.
New Beginnings Ministries Inc. — Port Arthur, Texas
New Directions of Decatur County — Greensburg, Ind.
New York City Fire Museum — New York, N.Y.
Northeast Florida AIDS Network — Jacksonville, Fla.
Nurses International — Nowthen, Minn.
NYSCC Transcription Program for the Blind, Inc. — Staten Island, N.Y.
Oasis Social Ministry — Portsmouth, Va.
Ohio Furnace Baptist Church Youth Group — Ironton, Ohio
Operation Paws For Homes — Frederick, Md.
Opportunity Living — Lake City, Iowa
Oshkosh Area Community Pantry — Oshkosh, Wis.
Oshkosh Area United Way — Oshkosh, Wis.
Oshkosh Fine Arts Association Inc. — Oshkosh, Wis.
Oshkosh/Winnebago County Housing Authority — Oshkosh, Wis.
P.U.R.E. Love Inc. — Walkersville, Minn.
P4 Foundation, Inc. — Buford, Ga.
Paine Art Center and Gardens — Oshkosh, Wis.
Partnership for a Drug-Free Community, Inc. — Huntsville, Ala.
Pathways to Home — Harrison, Ohio
Peninsula Bridge — Menlo Park, Calif.
Peninsula Family YMCA — San Mateo, Calif.
Pete DeVito Memorial Foundation — Mt. Sinai, N.Y.
Pop in the Shop, Inc. — Casper, Wyo.
Project Vida — El Paso, Texas
Quest of Heart Corporation — Douglas, Ga.
Rebuilding Together Greater Harrisburg — Harrisburg, Pa.
The Reola Grant Center — Kansas City, Kan.
Repairers Lexington — Lexington, Ky.
Return To Adventure — Alexandria, Va.
Ronald McDonald House Charities North Central FL — Gainesville, Fla.
Rond-Point Jeunesse Au Travail — Montréal, Quebec
Roots of Renewal New Orleans — New Orleans, La.
Rotary Club of Wausau — Wausau, Wis.
Roxbury Youthworks Inc. — Roxbury Crossing, Mass.
Rusk County Youth Council — Ladysmith, Wis.
Safe Kids Columbus — Columbus, Ga.
The Salvation Army – The Salvation Ride — Sheboygan, Wis.
San Ysidro Education Vanguard Foundation — San Ysidro, Calif.
Santa Maria Community Services — Cincinnati, Ohio
Saskatchewan Express — Regina, Saskatchewan
School District 68 Nanaimo Ladysmith — Nanaimo, British Columbia
Scleroderma Angel Foundation — Crooked River Ranch, Ore.
Seniors Intervention Group — Longwood, Fla.
Serving Children and Adults in Need (SCAN), Inc. — Laredo, Texas
Silent Spring Institute — Newton, Mass.
Sons of AMVETS — Valparaiso, Fla.
South Bronx Overall Economic Development Corp — Bronx, N.Y.
Special Olympics North Dakota — Grand Forks, N.D.
St. John’s Native Friendship Centre — St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador
St. Bonaventure’s College — St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador
St. Clair Child & Youth Services — Point Edward, Ontario
Stanley Park of Westfield — Westfield, Mass.
Starts with Arts Foundation — El Centro, Calif.
Summit Area Economic Growth — Summit, S.D.
Sunday Night Lights — St. Louis, Mo.
Surf For All — Long Beach, N.Y.
Sycamore Pregnancy Resource Center — Urbana, Ohio
Teaching Family Homes of Upper Michigan — Marquette, Mich.
TESIC — New Harbour, Newfoundland and Labrador
Texana Center — Rosenberg, Texas
TFB Special Olympics Support — Miamisburg, Ohio
Tom Kislow Memorial Tourney & Scholarship Fund — Cadott, Wis.
Town of Algoma First Responders — Oshkosh, Wis.
Treehouse Treasures USA — Saint Petersburg, Fla.
Tulsa Cornerstone Assistance Network — Tulsa, Okla.
UCAN of Memphis — Memphis, Tenn.
United Way of Southwest Oklahoma — Lawton, Okla.
United Way of the CSRA — Augusta, Ga.
USD258 Humboldt — Humboldt, Kan.
The Viking Cove — Akron, Mich.
Volunteer Action Centre of Kitchener Waterloo and Area — Kitchener, Ontario
The Waiting Child Fund — Cleveland, Ohio
Wasilla Christian Church — Wasilla, Ark.
Waves of Hope — Burlington, Ontario
Women In Trucking Foundation — Plover, Wis.
Women’s & Girls’ Cancer Alliance — Longwood, Fla.
Women’s Sexual Assault Centre of Renfrew County — Pembroke, Ontario
Yarmouth Life Skills for Disabled Adults — Yarmouth, Nova Scotia
YMCA-Oshkosh — Oshkosh, Wis.
About 4imprint’s one by one program
one by one is the charitable giving program of 4imprint. Since 2006, 4imprint’s onebyone program has supported nonprofits with IRS-approved 501(c)3 status or Canadian-registered charities, religious organizations and accredited schools. Over the program’s history, the promotional products retailer has awarded $1,880,000 in promotional products grants to nonprofit organizations.
4imprint is part of 4imprint Group plc, which is publicly traded on the London Stock Exchange. The Group serves hundreds of thousands of customers with promotional items throughout the United States, Canada, United Kingdom and Ireland. 4imprint offers corporate gifts, personalized gifts, custom T-shirts, promotional pens, travel mugs, tote bags, water bottles, Post-it® Notes, custom calendars, custom shirts and much more. For additional information, visit www.4imprint.com
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