4imprint Gives To 330 Charitable Organizations In Second Quarter
Every business day, distributor 4imprint (PPAI 107200) awards three $500 in-kind promotional products grants through its one by one charitable program to help a wide variety of organizations raise funds, reward and recruit volunteers, educate the community and raise awareness of the good work they do. During the second quarter of 2018, the Oshkosh, Wisconsin-based company awarded grants to 330 charitable organizations.
“These nonprofit organizations impress me with the creativity they demonstrate every day,” says Kevin Lyons-Tarr, CEO of 4imprint. “Each of these one by one recipients is innovative in the way they use promotional products to thank their donors, raise awareness of important issues and make their local community better.”
The second-quarter grant recipients included:
- Utah Community Action in Salt Lake City, Utah, addresses factors that contribute to poverty. They requested the CoCo Starter Grow Kit with the forget-me-not flower to use as thank-you gifts for their Head Start Bloom Gala, reminding guests and supporters of the children’s futures they helped bloom.
- Trying Together/Playful Pittsburgh Collaborative in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is dedicated to advancing the importance of play. They requested the Tangle Junior Puzzle as a giveaway for their Ultimate Play Day, an event designed to inspire and encourage play for all ages.
- The Manitowoc Public Library in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, requested aluminum bottle/can openers to use as an incentive to register for their adult summer reading program.
4imprint also donated product samples to troops overseas, as well as to groups performing charitable work in the United States and Canada. To see a full list of the 2018 second-quarter recipients, click here.
4imprint’s one by one is the charitable giving program of 4imprint. Since 2006, 4imprint’s one by one 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 distributor has awarded promotional products grants to more than 5,000 nonprofit organizations to help advance their missions.