4imprint Awards 350 Grants During Q3 2021
4imprint, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, awards grants to 350 nonprofits throughout the U.S. and Canada to purchase promotional items to thank volunteers, raise funds and achieve other goals during Q3 of 2021. The $500 grants came from 4imprint’s one by one program.
In 2021, 4imprint raised the average number of donations from three every business day to five. This allowed the organization to help more schools, religious organizations, 501(c)(3) organizations and registered Canadian nonprofits than ever before.
Here are some of the ways organizations used the grants:
• The Perry County Humane Society gives backpacks to volunteers who take dogs on field trips. The bags make it easy to carry needed gear while also advertising that the pets are available for adoption.
• United Through Reading gave phone stands to military and veteran families. This nonprofit promotional item was used to make the United Through Reading app easier to use on smartphones.
• Summit Artspace handed out sidewalk chalk to visitors who attended their first post-pandemic Art Walk.
“Every one of these stories shows so much creativity and care,” said Kevin Lyons-Tarr, 4imprint CEO. “Organizations are constantly finding new ways to build stronger communities and we’re grateful to play a small part in their accomplishments.”
In addition to these grants, 4imprint provided inventory donations to charitable organizations throughout the U.S. and Canada and troops overseas. A complete list of the promotional items for nonprofits donated can be seen here.