Top 40 distributor 4imprint (asi/197045) awarded more than 200 one by one promotional products grants in the third quarter. The company’s one by one program awards two $500 grants each business day to charitable organizations in the U.S. and Canada to aid them in raising funds, increasing awareness, recruiting and recognizing volunteers, and educating the community about their mission.
"We are constantly amazed at the ways these organizations identify and serve needs in their communities,” said Kevin Lyons-Tarr, CEO of 4imprint, in a statement. “The work they do is absolutely fantastic. And we love the creative ways they use promotional products for fundraising, thanking supporters and volunteers, and improving their program outreach.”
Almost 65 Canadian charitable companies have received grants in 2016, including Quesnel & District Child Development Centre in Quesnel, BC; Yamaska Literacy Council in Cowansville, QC; and Central Queens Elementary Home & School in Hunter River, PE.
For 10 years, 4imprint has awarded nonprofits with IRS-approved 501(c)3 status as well as Canadian-registered charities, religious organizations and accredited schools with promotional products grants. Read the full list of 2016 one by one recipients here.