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4imprint® Announces 114 New one by one® Promotional Products Donations Awarded

Promotional products retailer 4imprint donated $57,000 in in-kind grants during the second quarter of 2014. A total of 114 nonprofits and charities across the United States and Canada received promotional products grants through the promotional products distributor’s one by one® charitable giving program, which awards an in-kind gift to a nonprofit organization every business day. Among the donations: water bottles for the Limestone Cove Volunteer Fire Department in Unicoi, Tennessee and safety vests used for an event with the Niagara Falls Sunrise Rotary Club in Ontario.

Recipient organizations use $500 grants to purchase promotional products that help them generate awareness for their organizations, reach customers, promote events and thank key audiences. In addition to supporting these grant recipients, 4imprint also donates product samples to other charitable organizations to help advance their causes.

“It’s amazing to see the creativity these organizations use to spread the word about the important work they do,” said Kevin Lyons-Tarr, president and CEO, 4imprint. “Whether it’s through one by one grants or product sample donations, we are thrilled to play even a small role in helping them do good things in their communities.”

4imprint is accepting applications for its 2014 one by one program online at http://onebyone.4imprint.com. Any 501(c) 3 organization, registered Canadian charity, school or religious organization is encouraged to apply. Interested organizations are asked to submit applications a minimum of two months before items will be used, to allow time for application processing and product delivery.

2014 2nd quarter one by one recipients include:

Adopt A Block, Inc. — Baltimore, Md.
Altrusa International Club — Oshkosh, Wis.
American Red Cross — Saginaw, Mich.
Belknap Mill Society — Laconia, N.H.
Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass — Neenah, Wis.
Black & Missing Foundation, Inc. — Landover Hills, Md.
Blair’s Tree of Hope — Minnetonka, Minn.
Brendan B. McGinnis Congenital CMV Foundation — Arvada, Colo.
Camp Grow Ministries — Markesan, Wis.
Camp Korey — Carnation, Wash.
Canadian Cancer Society — St. John's, Newfoundland
Carolina Breast Friends, Inc. — Charlotte, N.C.
Central California Hemophilia Foundation — Sacramento, Calif.
Chemo Cargo — Rockton, Ill.
Children's Hospital of Wisconsin Fox Valley — Neenah, Wis.
Chosen Kingdom Builders — Waterford, Mich.
Cincinnati Parks Board — Cincinnati, Ohio
Community Blood Center — Oshkosh, Wis.
Community for Hope of Greater Oshkosh — Oshkosh, Wis.
Community Health Professionals — Van Wert, Ohio
Community Readiness for People with Disabilities — St. Anthony, Newfoundland
Creative Play Place — Saint Peter, Minn.
Cypress Center for Well-Being — Tampa, Fla.
Cystic Fibrosis Association of ND — Bismarck, N.D.
Des Moines Legacy Foundation — Des Moines, Wash.
Drew Hildebrand Teen Benefit Fund — Mississauga, Ontario
Easter Seals Metropolitan Chicago — Chicago, Ill.
Easter Seals Saskatchewan — Regina, Saskatchewan
Eastern Illinois University — Charleston, Ill.
enAble of Georgia, Inc. — Roswell, Ga.
Extended Hands for Christ Corporation — Lithonia, Ga.
Families of Children with Cancer — Green Bay, Wis.
Family Services, Inc. — Gaithersburg, Minn.
Flower City Habitat for Humanity — Rochester, N.Y.
Fort Wayne Zoological Society — Fort Wayne, Ind.
Fox Valley Reading Council — Oshkosh, Wis.
Friends of Fresh and Green Academy Inc. — New York, N.Y.
The GEANCO Foundation — Los Angeles, Calif.
Golden Leaf Objectives and Golden Leaf Ministries — Cincinnati, Ohio
Grace and Glory — Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Haven House — McDonough, Ga.
HOPE for k.i.d.s. — Dexter, Mich.
Hope4Harper — Carrollton, Texas
Hospice Care Network — Bay Shore, N.Y.
Huntington’s Disease Society of America - WI — Racine, Wis.
Inner City Health Center — Denver, Colo.
Jaycees of Wisconsin (JCI Wisconsin) — Appleton, Wis.
Jennings County Tobacco Coalition — North Vernon, Ind.
Junior League of Rockford, Inc. — Rockford, Ill.
Kaukauna Area School District Orchestra Program — Kaukauna, Wis.
KSDS, Inc. — Washington, Kan.
L’Arche Arnprior — Arnprior, Ontario
Legion of Good Will — New York, N.Y.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society — Alexandria, Va.
Lifewater International — San Luis Obispo, Calif.
Limestone Cove Volunteer Fire Department — Unicoi, Tenn.
Lourdes Academy — Oshkosh, Wis.
March of Dimes — Green Bay, Wis.
Massena Memorial Hospital Foundation — Massena, N.Y.
Mat-Su Youth Housing — Wasilla, Alaska
Meals On Wheels of Greater Hazleton, Inc. — Hazleton, Pa.
Medical AIDS Outreach of Alabama — Dothan, Ala.
Megan Meier Foundation — St. Charles, Mo.
Mid-South Transplant Foundation — Cordova, Tenn.
Midtown Catholic Charities of St. Louis — St. Louis, Mo.
The Missing Children's Network — Montreal, Quebec
Mitchell Yancey Partnership for Children — Burnsville, N.C.
Model Neighborhood Program — Long Beach, Calif.
Muscular Dystrophy Association — Green Bay, Wis.
myTeam Triumph Canada — Point Edward, Ontario
The Nashville Food Project — Nashville, Tenn.
National Defense University Foundation — Fort McNair, Washington, D.C.
The Nevaeh Bishop Foundation — Salisbury, Md.
The New York Musical Theatre Festival — New York, N.Y.
NF (neurofibromatosis) Midwest — St. Charles, Ill.
Northern Neck Food Bank, Inc. — Warsaw, Va.
Orphan Animal Rescue and Sanctuary — Neenah, Wis.
Oshkosh Area School District — Oshkosh, Wis.
Oshkosh Community YMCA— Oshkosh, Wis.
Ovarian Cancer Canada Walk of Hope — Regina, Saskatchewan
PA Friends of Agriculture Foundation — Camp Hill, Pa.
PaperSeed Foundation — San Rafael, Calif.
Pierce Phillips Charity — Tulsa, Okla.
Pilots N Paws Canada — Gabriola, British Columbia
Portland Police Bureau — Portland, Ore.
Prevent Child Abuse New Jersey — New Brunswick, N.J.
Project Liberty Ship — Baltimore, Md.
Prominent Homes Charitable Organization — Calgary, Alberta
Queensborough Community College Veterans Club — Bayside, N.Y.
Rebuilding Together Omaha — Omaha, Neb.
RIOULT Dance NY (Pascal Rioult Dance Theatre) — New York, N.Y.
Rise Together — Appleton, Wis.
River’s Run and Ride Rally — Milltown, Wis.
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Chattanooga — Chattanooga, Tenn.
Rose Lake Youth Camp — LeRoy, Mich.
Rotary Club of Niagara Falls Sunrise — Niagara Falls, Ontario
The S.A.F.E. Center — Kearney, Neb.
SAMMinistries — San Antonio, Texas
The San Jose Project — San Jose, Calif.
Sawdust Days — Oshkosh, Wis.
Seniors’ Dreams — Peterborough, Ontario
So All May Eat, Inc. (SAME Café) — Denver, Colo.
Splash Station — Cleburne, Texas
Testicular Cancer Canada — Kitchener, Ontario
Third Avenue Charitable Organization (TACO) — San Diego, Calif.
United States of Hope — Missoula, Mont.
United Way of Madison County — Huntsville, Ala.
United Way of Monongalia and Preston Counties — Morgantown, W. Va.
Valley Forge Military Academy & College — Wayne, Pa.
Volunteer Center, Inc. of Brown County — Green Bay, Wis.
W.I.N.G.S. Foundation — The Plains, Ohio
The Wisconsin Lions Foundation, Inc. — Rosholt, Wis.
Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council — Providence, R.I.
Word of Honor Fund — Virginia Beach, Va.
 

About 4imprint’s one by one program

one by one is the charitable giving program of 4imprint. Now in its sixth year, 4imprint’s one by one program supports nonprofits with IRS-approved 501(c)3 status or Canadian-registered charities, religious organizations and accredited schools. Since the program began, the promotional products retailer has awarded nearly $1,307,500 in promotional products grants to nonprofit organizations.

About 4imprint

4imprint is part of 4imprint Group, Plc, a publicly traded company on the London Stock Exchange, and serves more than 100,000 businesses with its innovative promotional items throughout the United States, Canada, United Kingdom and Ireland. Its product offerings include corporate gifts, personalized gifts, custom shirts, promotional pens, travel mugs, tote bags, water bottles, Post-it Notes®, custom calendars and much more. For additional information, log on to www.4imprint.com.

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