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Showing volunteers gratitude with tote bag and water bottle giveaways

Volunteers provide priceless comfort by making blankets for foster care kids. See how tote bag and water bottle giveaways are...

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How small giveaways spread big brand awareness

Using small giveaways, like mugs and pens, Miriam’s Hope raises awareness about what the organization does to help struggli...

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How “Dignity Bags” with hand sanitizer giveaways (and more) help women

Basic items make a big difference for people fleeing domestic violence. The NCJW helps women and children by offering towels,...

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How outdoor sail signs help keep a beautiful oasis sustainable

From towering forests to sweeping grasslands, Fish Creek is an oasis. Friends of Fish Creek uses outdoor sail signs to educat...

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How water bottle gifts inspire students to keep fighting hunger

“Changing the world, one can at a time.” Driven almost entirely by students from fifth grade to high school, see how Peyt...

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How branded tablecloths provide a dignified experience

Watts Empowerment Center hosts a farmers market for a housing project community. The organization uses branded tablecloths to...

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How tote bag gifts encourage kindness

Being extra kind can make someone’s day. Using tote bag gifts as a reward for kindness, Silvera for Seniors reminds residen...

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Keychain gifts : A thoughtful parting gift that won’t be forgotten

Soroptimist International of the Tri Cities provides practical help for women in need. See how keychain gifts and household s...

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Thanking donors for life-changing education with cup giveaways

Awarding scholarships to young people who grew up impoverished is life changing. See how nonprofit organization Make a Miracl...

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Helping librarians feel connected through conference swag

Librarians contribute a lot to communities, but many feel alone in their job. See how the WLA Foundation uses conference swag...