Reciprocity Road, an alliance of 10 distributors located across the U.S. and Canada, has named PromoKitchen as the recipient of its 2020 fourth-quarter BrandGood grant of $500 in support of The Tee Hamilton Creative Education Fund.

PromoKitchen established the Tee Hamilton Creative Education Fund to raise money to provide educational opportunities for creative professionals in the promotional products industry. Hamilton, who passed away in December, was a founding chef at PromoKitchen, and celebrating and supporting industry creatives was a passion of hers. The scholarship will continue this vital work in her name.

"PromoKitchen is all about community, and knowing that our wider network is supporting us in getting education and mentorship to help someone with their growth is amazing. Tee Hamilton was a constant advocate for doing better, and this is our small effort to keep her work going," says Kate Plummer, PromoKitchen co-president.

Perry Wehrle, executive director for Reciprocity Road, adds, “Tee Hamilton was a fantastic, talented individual who touched many lives in the promotional industry with her brilliant video work, beautiful illustration and design output. With our support, we look forward to continuing to support her passion."