Boxercraft Announces Charity Contest Winners
Atlanta-based Boxercraft recently donated a total of 6,000 new garments to the ten winners of its “Bring Comfort to Your Community” charity contest. The 10 winners each received a variety of Boxercraft apparel and accessories to donate to their chosen charity.
In September, Boxercraft invited promotional product distributors, screen printers and embroiderers to nominate a charity or group that needed its spirits lifted with a donation of Boxercraft spiritwear.
The winners are:
Frances Dallen, of Brown & Bigelow, in California. Frances donated her garments to Sleep Train Foster Kids, a group that provides California’s foster kids with new school supplies, shoes and clothes.
Candi Ladwig, of The Vinyl Studio, in Iowa. Candi donated her items to The Ronald McDonald House of Rochester, Minnesota. The Ronald McDonald House provides families a place to stay while their loved ones receive medical care.
Frances VanNatten, of Sew Cool Embroidery, in Georgia. Frances donated her garments to Will Work 4 Kids, a group that partners with an alternative school to help the students graduate.
Robin Whitcher, of Logo Legends, in North Carolina. Robin donated her garments to the Wounded Warriors, a group that visits and assists rehabilitating soldiers.
Debbie McCarthy Whyte, of Whyte House Monograms, in Maryland. Debbie donated her garments to Children’s National Medical Center’s Clothes Closet. The Clothes Closet provides apparel to children victims whose clothes are damaged or taken for forensic evidence when they enter the hospital.
Bert Livanec, of Music Imprints LLC, in Tennessee. Bert donated his garments to Clothes4Souls. A division of Soles4Souls, Clothes4Souls donates apparel around the world to those in need.
Ron Pruiksma, of TWENTYth, in Georgia. Ron donated his garments to Meaningful Misprints, a charity founded by his 14-year-old daughter. Meaningful Misprints takes misprinted garments that would normally be destroyed and distributes them to those in need both domestically and abroad.