4imprint, LLC

Posted: March 18, 2022 3 min read

At the end of the day, every nonprofit organization has one goal: To make the community better. And they accomplish this goal with hard work, careful planning and the help of nonprofit promotional giveaways.


We’ve gathered some stories to show how a variety of charitable organizations used nonprofit promotional products, purchased with a one by one® grant, to give people a fresh start, provide medical transportation and more. If you love a heartwarming story—or you’re a nonprofit in need of inspiration—keep reading.


Healing help takes flight

Patient Airlift Services (PALS) provides private flights, free of charge, so people can afford to get the medical treatment they need, no matter where they live. The organization’s mission is to eliminate transportation as a barrier to medical treatment. Private pilots volunteer their time and aircraft, while generous donors help fund PALS’ operations.


To give back to the people who make PALS’ work possible, it provides a useful nonprofit promotional giveaway each year. Most recently, PALS used its 4imprint one by one® grant to purchase branded notebooks that were used as thank-you gifts.


Helping families start over

The National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) collects personal and household items to give to women and children who have fled domestic violence situations. To provide these women with basic supplies, the NCJW collects gently used suitcases, along with new toiletries, linens and towels. With help from a 4imprint one by one grant, the NCJW was able to order hand sanitizers and other items to help give families a fresh start. The donations are delivered to area shelters for distribution.


Lending single moms a hand

Miriam’s Hope works to keep children out of foster care by helping struggling single moms. The organization provides apartments and a year-long support program to assist moms in whatever areas they need help in, from learning parenting skills to earning their GED to finding their own home.


Miriam’s Hope got its name out into the community with help from a 4imprint one by one grant, which it used to acquire nonprofit promotional giveaways like pens, tumblers and mugs.


Helping to feed the hungry

Peyton’s Promise, founded by an eight-year-old Wisconsin girl name Peyton, aims to “change the world, one can at a time.” Students from fifth grade through high school support 54 organizations, including food pantries and soup kitchens, that fight hunger. The organization used its 4imprint one by one grant to give aluminum water bottles as thank-you gifts to volunteers for their tireless efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Your organization could be the next recipient of free nonprofit giveaways

Can your charitable group use nonprofit promotional giveaways? If you’re employed by or serve on the board of directors of a 501(c)3 charity, accredited school or religious organization, go to onebyone.4imprint.com to learn more about how your organization can get in-kind nonprofit promotional products.