FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
For more information, contact:
Becky Dillenberg, 4imprint
920-236-7272, ext. 8546
4imprint® announces 134 additional one by one® promotional product grants to charitable organizations
(OSHKOSH, Wis.) – 4imprint® recently awarded one by one promotional product grants to 134 nonprofit and charitable organizations in the United States and Canada. Through its one by one® charitable giving program 4imprint grants at least one $500 in-kind promotional items award to an organization each business day.
The in-kind donations of promotional items have been used in a variety of ways, from volunteer appreciation gifts to event giveaways and awareness-building activities. For example, Castleton Community Seniors used their grant for imprinted BBQ aprons as part of their fundraising efforts. The Canadian Celiac Association started conversations by giving “Surviving GlutenFree” backpacks to Youth Program attendees at the national conference in Mississauga, Ontario.
“It’s remarkable to see the creativity organizations use in bringing awareness to their causes,” said Kevin Lyons-Tarr, president and CEO, 4imprint. “We are humbled to have provided more than $1 million in promotional product grants to charitable organizations making good things happen for people and communities.”
4imprint is accepting applications for its 2013 one by one program online at https://onebyone.4imprint.com. Any 501(c)3 organization, registered Canadian charity, school or religious organization is encouraged 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.
The most recent one by one recipients include:
4 Kid’s Charity: 4(for) Kids In Difficult Situations – Largo, Fla.
Abraham Lincoln High School – Denver, Colo.
Alberta Main Street – Portland, Ore.
Alpha Epsilon Pi – Ithaca, N.Y.
Alzheimer Society of Manitoba – Winnipeg, Manitoba
Amazement Square – Lynchburg, Va.
ANF Chapter of the North Country Trail – Tidioute, Pa.
BFRIN – Upper Darby, Pa.
Brandon Thielke Foundation – Winneconne, Wis.
Brandy Winfield Memorial – Marion, Ohio
Camp Gratitude – Eden Prairie, Minn.
Camp LUCK, Inc. – Cherryville, N.C.
Camp To Belong Colorado (Project of CNDC) – Denver, Colo.
Canadian Celiac Association – Mississauga, Ontario
Cancer Coalition of South Georgia – Albany, Ga.
Canine Companions for Independence® – Delaware, Ohio
Care for Real – Chicago, Ill.
Caribbean Women’s Health Association, Inc. – Brooklyn, N.Y.
Castleton Community Seniors – Castleton, Vt.
Center for Injury Prevention and Policy – Baltimore, Md.
Center for the Visually Impaired – Atlanta, Ga.
CHARACTERplus – Kansas City, Mo.
CHEER, Inc. – Georgetown, Del.
Children’s Community Network – Sudbury, Ontario
Children’s Home of Wyoming Conference – Binghamton, N.Y.
Church of Jesus Christ of Later-Day Saints – Richmond Hill, N.Y.
Churches United of the Quad City Area – Bettendorf, Ill.
Colfax Community Network – Denver, Colo.
Concordia University – Irvine, Calif.
Connor’s Song – Little Rock, Ark.
DOC-UP: the Dalton Organization of Churches United – Dalton, Ga.
Dogs4Diabetics – Concord, Calif.
Dunebrook, Inc. – Michigan City, Ind.
Dup15q Alliance – Fayetteville, N.Y.
Education Foundation – Clarksville, Tenn.
Eliada Homes, Inc. – Asheville, N.C.
Emergency Shelter of Northern Kentucky – Covington, Ky.
Epilepsy Foundation of Mississippi – Flowood, Miss.
Family Connection – Sioux Falls, S.D.
Fishers of Men Ministries International – Melbourne, Ga.
Fox Arts Network – Appleton, Wis.
Gift of Life Michigan – Ann Arbor, Mich.
Glad Tidings Church – Muncie, Ind.
GlobeMed at the George Washington University – Washington, D.C.
Graham Children’s Health Services – Burnsville, N.C.
Graham Windham – Brooklyn, N.Y.
Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank – Duquesne, Pa.
Green Iowa AmeriCorps – Cedar Falls, Iowa
GVW Community Investment Corporation – Graniteville, S.C.
Hands of Kindness Children’s Ministry – Anderson, S.C.
Heavenly Hats Foundation – Suamico, Wis.
High Plains Service Dogs and Therapeutic Riding Center – Goldsby, Okla.
His Hands Free Medical Clinic – Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Humphrey House – Hobbs, N.M.
Hunger Response International – Abbotsford, British Columbia
Illinois Action for Children – Chicago, Ill.
JDRF® – Beavercreek, Ohio
Joubert Syndrome and Related Disorders Foundation – Rockville, Md.
Keep Loup Basin Beautiful – Ord, Neb.
Kids Wish Network – Holiday, Fla.
Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians – Lac du Flambeau, Wis.
Lakeland Kinship – Spooner, Wis.
Lasting Imprint, Inc. – Mankato, Minn.
Laws 2 Live By, LLC – Tampa, Fla.
Let’s Knock Out Breast Cancer – Oshkosh, Wis.
Livable Streets Alliance – Ames, Iowa
Livable Streets Alliance – Cambridge, Mass.
Live54218 – Green Bay, Wis.
LUNGevity – Chicago, Ill.
Lupus Foundation of Northern California – San Jose, Calif.
Main Street Mission of China Grove – China Grove, N.C.
Makaroff Youth Ballet – Appleton, Wis.
Marine’s Memorial Association – San Francisco, Calif.
Maury Regional Medical Center – Columbia, Tenn.
Mercy Memorial Cancer Connection – Monroe, Mich.
MIS Cares – Brooklyn, Mich.
Miss Wisconsin Organization – Oshkosh, Wis.
myTEAM TRIUMPH-Wisconsin – Green Bay, Wis.
National Spinal Cord Injury Association-CFL – Oviedo, Fla.
Necessities Bag Sacramento, Inc. – Sacramento, Calif.
Omro Area Community Center – Omro, Wis.
Open Door Outreach Center, Inc. – Waterford, Mich.
Operation Nightwatch – Seattle, Wash.
Oshkosh Area Community Pantry – Oshkosh, Wis.
Oshkosh Area United Way – Oshkosh, Wis.
Oshkosh Festivals, Inc. – Oshkosh, Wis.
Oshkosh Jaycees – Oshkosh, Wis.
Ovar’coming Together, Inc. – Indianapolis, Ind.
Paper Discovery Center – Appleton, Wis.
Partnership for a Drug-Free Community – Huntsville, Ala.
Pierce Cedar Creek Institute – Hastings, Mich.
Prendergast Elementary School – Ansonia, Conn.
Prostate Conditions Education Council – Centennial, Colo.
REbel, Inc. – Overland Park, Kan.
Reid’s Ride, ECCF/Reid R Sacco AYA Cancer Fund – Lynnfield, Mass.
Ripon Medical Center – Ripon, Wis.
Rocky Mountain Wild – Denver, Colo.
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Oregon – Bend, Ore.
Ryan’s House for Youth – Langley, Wash.
Sacramento Children’s Museum – Rancho Cordova, Calif.
Savannah Riverkeeper – Augusta, Ga.
Save the Bay – Providence, RI.
Schenectady ARC – Schenectady, N.Y.
Seneca Park Zoo Society – Rochester, N.Y.
Sickle Cell Disease Association of America – Mobile, Ala.
Silicon Valley Down Syndrome Network – San Jose, Calif.
SOAR Ministries, Inc. – Loganville, Ga.
Southeastern Diabetes Education Services – Hoover, Ala.
Southwestern School Corporation (Agriculture Dept.) – Hanover, Ind.
Speech and Language Development Center – Buena Park, Calif.
St. Andrews Lighthouse, Inc. Gabriel House of Care – Jacksonville, Fla.
St. Vincent de Paul of Appleton, Inc. – Appleton, Wis.
Sweet Pea Project – Lancaster, Pa.
Swords to Plowshares – San Francisco, Calif.
The Canadian Cancer Society – Owen Sound, Ontario
The Canucks Autism Network – Vancouver, British Columbia
The Leonardo – Salt Lake City, Utah
The Main Idea – Skowhegan, Maine
The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester – Manchester, N.H.
The Ohio CPA Foundation – Dublin, Ohio
TSR Adventures, Inc. – the Smart Ride – Hollywood, Fla.
TWLOHA – Melbourne, Fla.
Undies for Everyone: Initiative for Jewish Women – Houston, Texas
Union Gospel Mission – Spokane, Wash.
United Way of Knox County – Galesburg, Ill.
Upper Valley Trails Alliance – Norwich, Vt.
USO of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, Wis.
Variety the Children’s Charity of New York – New York, N.Y.
Variety Village – Scarborough, Ontario
Victory in the Valley, Inc. – Wichita, Kan.
Volunteers of America – Alexandria, La.
Winnebago County Wide Crime Stoppers – Neenah, Wis.
Wisconsin Youth Leadership Academy – Oshkosh, Wis.
Wounded Warriors in Action Foundation – Apollo Beach, Fla.
About 4imprint’s one by one program
one by one is the charitable giving program of 4imprint. Now in its seventh year, 4imprint’s one by one program supports nonprofits with IRS-approved 501(c)3 status or Canadian-registered charities, religious organizations and accredited schools. Since the program began in 2005, the promotional products retailer has awarded approximately $1,111,500 in in-kind donations to nonprofit organizations.
4imprint is part of 4imprint Group, Plc, a publicly traded company on the London Stock Exchange, and serves more than 100,000 businesses with its innovative promotional items throughout the United States, Canada, United Kingdom and Ireland. Its product offerings include business gifts, embroidered apparel, promotional pens, tradeshow and tabletop displays, travel mugs, tote bags, water bottles, Post-it® Notes, custom calendars and much more. For additional information, log on to www.4imprint.com.
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