JournalBooks/Timeplanner Calendars Make Time to Give Back
Leading promotional products supplier JournalBooks/Timeplanner Calendars, Charlotte, N.C., recently donated a number of journals to children in need through Operation Christmas Child.
JournalBooks/Timeplanner Calendars has maintained several such charitable traditions since its inception 40 years ago, including philanthropic work with local and national charities. Every year, the company participates in a program called Operation Christmas Child through charity organization Samaritan's Purse by providing special notebook gifts for children in need around the world.
Tim Putnam, corporate relations and domestic logistics coordinator at Operation Christmas Child, has worked with JournalBooks/Timeplanner Calendars each year to ensure the notebooks arrive safely to their recipients. "JournalBooks has graciously donated thousands of journals and other items to be put into shoeboxes reaching children overseas," Putnam said of the two companies' 10-year partnership. "Through valued partnerships with companies like JournalBooks, Operation Christmas Child has been able to reach more than 85 million needy children worldwide."
Tim O'Boyle, general manager of JournalBooks/Timeplanner Calendars, said that the company "is thrilled to contribute journals and support Operation Christmas Child" and feels that the books are "fun gifts as well as therapeutic tools for children who need such an outlet." The annual work with Samaritan's Purse is part of a larger effort by JournalBooks/Timeplanner Calendars aimed at inspiring others in the industry to "Make Time to Give Back."
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