4imprint Awards 204 Third Quarter one by one Promotional Products Grants
4imprint, Oshkosh, Wis., awarded more than 200 one by one grants to charitable organizations during the third quarter of 2016.
The expanded one by one charitable program awards two $500 promotional products grants each business day. A variety of organizations use these in-kind gifts to help raise funds, increase awareness, recruit and recognize volunteers, and educate the community.
“We are constantly amazed at the ways these organizations identify and serve needs in their communities,” said Kevin Lyons-Tarr, CEO of 4imprint. “The work they do is absolutely fantastic. And, we love the creative ways they use promotional products for fundraising, thanking supporters and volunteers, and improving their program outreach.”
Some of the third-quarter grants recipients include:
- Lewis-Clark State College - Work Scholars Program is giving the Academic Dated Planner - Monthly to low-income, high-achieving students to help them develop professional skills and experience while reducing their need for student loans.
- Habitat for Humanity in Monmouth County, N.J., is handing out House Screwdriver Key Tags and Tape Measure/Level Key Chains to recognize volunteers and sponsors at event and job sites.
- Northeast Michigan Community Service Agency (NEMCSA) is employing Value Grocery Totes to deliver meals to homebound individuals.
4imprint also donated product samples to organizations doing charitable work in the U.S. and Canada as well as troops overseas. View the full list of 2016’s third quarter recipients at www.onebyone.4imprint.com.
For more information on 4imprint, visit www.4imprint.com.