4imprint Gives To More Than 1,000 Nonprofit Organizations In 2018
Every business day, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, distributor 4imprint (PPAI 107200) awards three nonprofits $500 grants to help accomplish their goals through its one by one® grant program. In 2018, the company awarded grants to more than 1,000 nonprofit organizations, including 205 in the fourth quarter alone.
“We continue to be wowed by the clever ways nonprofit groups have used promotional products to fund and promote their important work,” says Kevin Lyons-Tarr, CEO of 4imprint. “It’s rewarding to see them be so successful in improving their communities and helping people in need.”
Among the fourth quarter recipients were:
- The CORE foundation, which raises funds for those in need in Northern Virginia, asked for cowbells to give to their donors with the message to make some noise in the community about the organization.
- The Distress Bandanna Teen Driver Safety Initiative, Inc., promotes teen driver safety. They requested ice scrapers to hand out at community events to help raise awareness.
- Circus Harmony uses circus arts to build character, connect communities and motivate social change. They asked for Risky Business Sunglasses – Opaque to use as part of a themed performance and a promotional product for fundraising.
In addition to these grants, 4imprint donated samples to charitable groups in the United States and Canada, as well as troops serving overseas. Click here to view a complete list of 2018 grant recipients.
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 6,000 nonprofit organizations to help advance their missions.