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LogoSportswear is a leader in charity fundraiser t-shirts and t-shirts to raise money. We offer the widest color selection of charity fundraiser t-shirts and apparel and offer in-house embroidery, screen printing and full color digital printing technology services--without minimum order or set-up requirements.
It's the season for charity walks/runs and bike events and offering fundraiser shirts can make your event a success. Besides being good for you, running, walking, and biking can now be good for others. The trend now is to offer custom sublimated t-shirts at these events and we offer the largest selection available on the web. Custom Sublimated T-Shirts utilized lightweight, moisture-wicking material that offers maxium breathability, unlimited colors and full-color printing that won't fade, crack or peel.
We are a non-profit disaster relief organization that provides trailer-based relief equipment. Our primary focus has been on shower trailers and ADA shower trailers. We also use the equipment for homeless outreach to provide a hot shower for the homeless while our partner organizations provide a meal, clean clothes and free medical exams. It is also available to church and volunteer organizations to support their mission teams in locations lacking adequate facilities to support the teams. We are ready to deploy our ADA shower trailer and support equipment in 2014 and are needing to have t-shirts printed for our volunteers to help identify them during a disaster deployment. We've also had requests to sell t-shirts and polo's as a fund raiser, but simply can not afford the inventory required to print them cost effectively. This would allow us to outfit our volunteers to the same standard he have worked to outfit our shower trailer. Thank you for your consideration.
I am working on a Special NFL Event in February 2014 with the Hard hearing kids for the Orange County Department of Education. This is a high school for the deaf. We are going to be getting a NFL Football player to come speak to the students. The hard of Hearing students do not have much and we are looking to surprise them for this NFL assembly with an NFL Football Player and safety green T-shirts with the number 40 printed in black on the front.
The deaf and hard of hearing students would be so grateful for this donation received. Some of them do not even have nice clothes to wear. That is why we are asking for 50 green T-shirts. It would really be a blessing in their lives to have this donation received.
We are a special needs swim team that caters to the physical and developmentally disabled athletes all over Southern California. We are holding our annual swim meet on April 27, 2014 for athletes that will be coming from all over southern California. We are anticipated about 300 athletes and they will be competing to show off their abilities and not their disabilities. The money will go to get the athletes of the San Gabriel Valley Stingrays Special Needs Aquatics Team for uniforms. This is something that we have never been able to afford. We want to create a purple t-shirt with the Stingrays on them along with the athletes names to make it more personal. These kids would absolutely love it and would cherish them and you for giving it to them. These kids do not get to have very much in life and this would just put the icing on the cake for their season!
American Belgian Malinois Rescue (ABMR), a 501(c)3 nation-wide organization, is scheduled to be at the 2013 Fredericksburg, VA (September 21 & 22) and Atlanta, GA (November 16) Pet Expos. Our goal is to leverage these highly-attended events to increase awareness of the Belgian Malinois breed, our mission to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home dogs in need, while raising much needed funds to continue our life-saving work.
Copper Mountain College is a small community college located in the desert of Joshua Tree, CA. With a student body of 1,757, we are not big enough to have sports teams, dorms or even a student union. We are trying hard to instill a sense of identity into our student body and we recently got together a softball team to participate in the local community league. We are trying to show our school spirit with our clubs, community participation and other creative avenues! This funding would help us purchase more CMC shirts to show off our college pride.
My name is Traci Schaeffer, January 25, 2013 my oldest son, Christopher Schad, died by suicide after serving five years in the Army as an Airbourne MP. He was deployed to Iraq for 15 months and to Korea for one year, he suffered from PTSD. My oldest daughter and I decided to have a fund raiser on August 17, 2013 which would have been his 27th birthday. We have teamed up with The Battle Buddy Foundation which provides Veterans suffering with PTSD service dogs. Did you know that 22 Veterans take their own lives every day? More Veterans have died by suicide than have been lost due to combat in Iraq and Afghanistan COMBINED!
I am writing you today to ask for any donation you could possibly provide for our fund raiser. Could you donation a gift certificate or supplies for the event? 100% of everything we raise is being donated to Battle Buddy in my son's name.
Thank you for your time and assistance. I hope you will be able to support us in honoring my son's memory.
Our Mission at East Bay Animal Rescue & Refuge (EBARR) is to provide a home for animals in need. We believe in the health and welfare of all animals and we never discriminate against breed or size. As part of our family; all animals receive training, socialization, a full veterinary package, love and affection. We will also serve as an adoption option and educational resource for the community. We are growing our organization and attending many new events. It would be great for us to look even more organized and official in logo'd products. It would also be great to have items to use in our fundraising promotions such as raffles at our events.
Michigan Ice Hawks is a pee wee travel hockey team. They are 11 and 12 year old boys and a girl that are hoping to raise enough money to play in a Toronto tournament this year. We are having a 5K Fundraiser and would love to win this award to print our event t-shirts. We thank you for the opportunity to apply.
YWCA Bristol is a 501(c)3 organization that has been serving women, children and families throughout Southern Appalachia for over 70 years. We are committed to furthering our mission through various programs and community outreach initiatives: sliding-scale child care, teen pregnancy education, after school care for at-risk adolescents, women’s health and wellness and more.
The Women’s Fitness Spa is a program of the YWCA that encourages women of all ages, shapes, and sizes to achieve their fitness goals. It’s ladies like Sue who lost enough weight to have a kidney transplant and Lisa that finished her first ever 5K race that keep us going year after year. A donation from your company would provide shirts for our upcoming 33rd annual Turkey Trot and Gobbler’s Gate in November. The money normally spent on t-shirts could then be allocated to expanding our other wellness programs like the Weight Loss Challenge.
BKW is excited to announce the start of a fun new program - Positive Behavioral Intervention Systems (PBIS). This is a research based program designed to reward positive behaviors and increase morale and instructional time in the classroom. We are looking to do a huge kick-off event the first week of September that would include students tie-dying t-shirts that will be worn at every PBIS event throughout the year. Unfortunately, funding for our program covers little more than our training and very basic supplies, so we are looking for help! We ideally need 600 t-shirts in varying children and adult sizes but would be happy to accept any monetary donations or any quantity of t-shirts possible. Thank you so much for your consideration!
When a child's mother, father, brother or sister dies, the child not only experiences tremendous loss, but an array of confusing emotions as well. The depth of their grief cannot always be expressed in words alone. Some children have to move or change schools. Often the primary wage-earner in the family is gone. The supports that are normally in place to help the children and teenagers cope have all shifted. We, at Canary Garden, help to alleviate this void with listening, understanding, play, creative expression, and new friendships. At Canary Garden children and teenagers meet in age-related groups according to developmental level. For most children and teens, this is their first experience with death and they want to talk about it, but only the kids at Canary Garden are willing and able to listen because they share the same concerns.
Michael Blakey, of Spanish Fork, Utah lost his brother to suicide and began attending Canary Garden for support shortly after the loss. He found the unique grief supports we offer so helpful that he organized a run in memory of his brother and is donating all proceeds to Canary Garden. As our primary fundraising event of the year, the Live Remember Run 5K gives grieving families the opportunity to walk or run in memory of their loved one. If we received your award for Logo products we would have our event name and Canary Garden logo printed on sports bags to help those walking or running in our race to remember that at Canary Garden we are committed to help families have opportunities to acknowledge their grief and to continue their lives in a hopeful and confident manner.
NAMIWalk Lexington is an event that brings together all of the people who have felt marginalized and isolated by society. As a mental illness awareness walk, we want people to know that mental illness affects 1 in 4 people in the United States. We are aiming to breakdown the negative stereotypes and promote HOPE, WELLNESS, and TREATMENT for individuals with mental illness AND THEIR FAMILIES. All the services we are offer are free. We save lives, and at the same time make them better. NAMIWalks is about taking back our livelihood, ending loneliness, and making it okay to seek the help so desperately needed by thousands across the country, and it starts with grassroots efforts like our own.
The Brain Injury Association of North Carolina (BIANC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and an affiliate of the Brain Injury Association of America Founded in 1982 by families and concerned professionals, BIANC has a mission of offering help, hope, and a voice for people with brain injury and their families. BIANC strives to create a better future for the approximately 188,000 North Carolinians living with brain injury through prevention, support, education, and advocacy programs. Brain injury changes lives and affects families. It is the leading cause of death and disability among young people in North Carolina. Brain injury affects 5 times more people annually than breast cancer, HIV/AIDS, spinal cord injury, and MS combined. Brain injury can strike anyone, at anytime, anywhere, and is a growing problem. In August, The Brain Injury Association of North Carolina will be having a family fun day for some of our small chapters in North Carolina. This will give our families an opportunity to talk, play games, tell stories and if anything be an inspiration to each other for overcoming their struggles.
The Brain Injury Association of North Carolina is so excited about this event and feels that we as an agency should be chosen for the Logo giveback because we're offering help, hope, and a voice for people with brain injury and their families, and we want the individuals we support to remember this fun-filled day with a t-shirt or accessory they can take home. Our families have been through a lot and still continue to fight the fight. I ask you on behalf of The Brain Injury Association of North Carolina, Please help contribute to our family fun day!
Allegro Foundation…a Champion for Children with Disabilities is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that combines movement instruction with educational & medical expertise, creating new techniques to teach children with disabilities and enhance their quality of life.
On September 24, 2013, Allegro will host its 4th Annual Golf Invitational. It will be held at The Golf Club at Ballantyne in Charlotte, NC and we expect to attract more than 150 of Charlotte’s most influential business and community leaders. The event includes golf, lunch, a fabulous silent auction and entertainment. All proceeds go directly to fund our free local classes which teach over 500 children with disabilities each week.
Allegro strongly believes in supporting businesses who give back to the community. We will distribute a personal email to our "Friends of Allegro" letting them know of your generosity and encouraging them to support your place of business. You will also be featured as an In-kind donor in our program. Through giving you will find that there is an increase in people who recognize your company name and become loyal customers, which is exactly what Allegro wants for your business and the community!
The Heavenly Hats Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization which donates brand new headwear to cancer patients of all ages nationwide who are facing the loss of hair due to chemotherapy and other cancer fighting medications. We are holding a charity golf outing in June and were hoping to be able to have some logo giveaways to help our cause. Any help that you may be able to give would be greatly appreciated.
In collaboration with interior designers, volunteers, local vendors and facilities that provide treatment, RTR4C has transformed 72 rooms throughout the USA & San Salvador, impacting over 700,000 patient visits per year.
Drab, sterile chemotherapy rooms are now peaceful, warm and nurturing spaces that promote healing. These transformed environments make a tangible difference in the lives of cancer patients, their families and those involved in their care.
April 19, we are transforming the Day Hospital at Children's Hospital in Oakland, CA. On May 17, 2013 we are transforming the spaces at the Children's Inpatient Hospital in Oakland, CA. We have over 40 volunteers each for both projects and would love help in purchasing t-shirts for our kind-hearted volunteers!
Graduate students from Brandman University are collaborating with the Veterans Artist Program (VAP) to host an event on Wednesday, April 17, 2013 from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm at Horton Square located at 225 Broadway in downtown San Diego. The fundraising event will showcase local veteran artists and their artwork while sharing their compelling stories and educating visitors on VAP and the importance of art therapy.
The Veterans Art Program is a non-profit organization that takes artists who are also veterans and propels their work and careers into the mainstream creative arts community through networking, mentorship, collaborations with professional artists, and original productions. Based out of the Baltimore-Washington area, VAP works with other like-minded organizations and individuals across the country to expand the network and visibility of veteran artists
Your company can help us by providing the MBA students with approximately 20 t-shirts to further our marketing efforts in giving VAP recognition throughout San Diego County. We have developed our own logo recognizing VAP and would like to show gratitude to those who offered donations by listing the companies on the back. Some donors include, Barona, Prep Kitchen and other local restaurants/businesses.
Winning this kind donation will help give exposure to the VAP, which is our goal.
Thank you in advance for your support. I look forward to hearing from you.
Prospect Child & Family Center is a licensed Diagnostic & Treatment Center and fully accredited educational facility. Our mission is to provide sensitive, accessible and comprehensive services to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families by promoting independence, inclusion and an enhanced quality of life. The Agency strives to empower consumers to make informed choices by providing necessary resources, education, and services, which include: developmental & augmentative evaluations; referral; advocacy; early intervention; preschool & school age classes; residential services; respite; and physical, aquatic, occupational & speech therapy.
The logo products would be used for our annual Beach Volleyball Tournament in Lake George, NY. It is one of our largest fundraisers. All the proceeds from this event go to support the programs and services that we provide at Prospect Center.
C.U.S.P. (Committed to Uplifting Single Parents) is a nonprofit organization providing a range of social and financial programs for single parent families in the Greater Los Angeles area and its surrounding communities. C.U.S.P.’s goal is to provide a vast selection of resources to both the parents and children including, but not limited to, life skills programs, seminars, financial planning, personal enrichment opportunities and financial help with the necessities of life. It is our mission to empower and assist single parents with the difficult challenges of parenthood through a range of financial and social services which will allow them to provide safe and loving homes for their children. We should be chosen because our goal and mission is to give back to the community and let them know someone cares. We seek to provide resources in the gaps where other resources fall short. Being able to have this award would allow us to give our Logo products to our program participants as a constant reminder to them that we are here for them and are looking to provide relevant resources to them. Thank you for your consideration.
27 million men, women and children are enslaved in every state in America in every country of the world. Human trafficking has to stop. This June, our organization is hosting a 27-Hour Triathlon and Fair Trade Festival in Lexington, KY. The purpose of the event is to advocate for the 27 million people enslaved worldwide, to promote social and environmental sustainability in sports, and to financially support human trafficking survivors in Kentucky.
Habitat for Humanity Susquehanna is transforming communities by creating homeownership opportunities for low-income families. We are building, renovating and repairing homes across two counties and throughout the world. We support building efforts in El Salvador and Kenya, with plans to increase our reach in the coming years.
As part of our commitment to eliminating poverty housing worldwide, I am leading the affiliate's first ever build trip abroad. I will take a team of twelve to the Kisii region of Kenya, one of the most densely and poverty-stricken areas in the country. While there, we will help to build a home for a local family, a home without disease and exposure, a home where they can grow and thrive, a home where the community can gather in love and peace.
I would like to provide T-shirts to my team to remind them of exactly why they are building - to spread love, safety and opportunity beyond our borders.
Love Never Fails International (LNFI); we are a local non-profit organization that exists to provide a "hand up, not a hand out" to at-risk and impoverished children and families, through assistance, tutoring, and mentoring. LNFI provides this through our after school programs, mentoring programs, field trips, guest speakers, and special activities throughout the year.
A major event that we hold each year is Health Day, where the children from all our after school programs come together at our hosts (BSNF) location and interact in various activities: different sports' stations such as basketball and football skills, kinesthetics, and a nutrition station. The kids are provided with a healthy lunch, and sports equipment to take home. This is a great event where we promote a healthy lifestyle to the children!
Hello, my name is Chrissy Herrera and I am the Parent Support Director for the Tri-State Young Marines. The Tri-State Young Marines, a non-profit youth organization, currently has 40 members spanning the Ohio Valley, from West Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania. All of our staff is 100% volunteer; we have no paid positions. Our unit has been working with the youth in the Tri-State area for more than 16 years. Our children range in age between 8 and 18. We teach leadership skills, teamwork, educational reinforcement, and physical fitness, while building self-confidence, self esteem, a drug and alcohol free lifestyle and promoting community service. We are currently preparing for our Annual Encampment held, July 22, - July 28, 2013 where we treat the children to zip-lining, water rescue training, emergency preparedness, cliff rappelling, hiking, swimming, camping and leadership training. We would use the 250 credit to purchase T-Shirts for the children to wear during encampment to show off their accomplishments.
We are a Men's and Women's swim team from the University of New England in Maine. We all qualified for New England Championships and we would like to make jerseys that we could wear for the championships.
Our organization works to better the lives of abused, neglected, and abandoned children, so that they can grow up dreaming big dreams like all other kids. We are a non-profit organization that utilizes volunteers to become independent fact finders with one purpose: to speak for the child. Currently, we have 54 volunteers and we are serving 86 children in our community. Sadly, this is a small percentage of all the children in Madison County that truly need our help. On April 13th, 2013 CAJA will be hosting a fundraiser at the Davidson Space and Rocket Center for Exploration called Yuri's Night. This event celebrates space exploration and is celebrated by cities all around the globe. This night can be a great event for our organization, however, we need help spreading the word to our community. One way that we find effective is by wearing t-shirts. With your help, we would be able to reach more members of the community. This would allow us to have more volunteers and perhaps even some sponsors. Thank you for taking the time to hear us out and we appreciate the opportunity.
We are an oncology center that treats all types of cancer. This year we lost 2 colleagues to cancer but also treated them for their cancer and had to watch them die. We are a small close knit group and while caring for so many other individuals, we took care of our own while hiding our tears and breaking hearts. We would like to participate in the Lahey Clinic cancer walk in memory of them. We thank you for taking the time to consider us and look forward to hearing from you.
My name is Kaitlynn Boldt, my cousin, Dylan Redwine is a 13 year old boy who has been missing since November 19th 2012 here in Colorado. His situation has become worldwide, including on the news and was even featured on Nancy Grace a couple of times. We have been doing all we can to try and bring him home, but nothing is enough until he does so. We have gone through Christmas and New Years without him and it has been the hardest times we could have ever imagined. We have created a registered non-profit organization (Hope for Dylan Redwine) in the state of Colorado. On November 17th 2013, we are holding a benefit dinner/silent auction for him in Monument, Colorado.
Because we have put so much money looking for Dylan and advertising, we don't have much extra money. I am writing in hope that our family and some volunteers who are hosting/serving at the dinner, could get customized shirts for the event. I believe that there is going to be about 35 of us.
This would mean so much to our family. Thank you for your time!
Special Olympics of Connecticut provides year round athletic services to adult and children with special needs. On January 27, 2013 family, friends, and I will be participating in one of their major fundraisers: Penguin Plunge, during which participants run into a frozen lake in the middle of winter to show their devotion to the cause. With this request, we would be able to purchase apparel for our team. Thank you!
The McNeely Center is the only diabetes center in the Upper Midwest region to specialize in working solely with children and teens. We work mostly with children with type 1 diabetes, however our patient population with type 2 diabetes is growing as well. In our clinic, we support and encourage our families to become involved in the treatment plan for their children as well as support research for type 1 diabetes done by the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). The JDRF is a national research foundation that hosts many support events throughout the year, one of the largest events is the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes. This year, the JDRF Walk is on February 23, 2013 at the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota. McNeely Diabetes Center creates a team to walk at the JDRF Walk each year to support our patients and show that our staff truly supports and cares about their fight against diabetes. We would like to be able to make t-shirts to be a united front at the JDRF Walk in February and show our support! Thank you for your consideration!
Sunshine Mail Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, provides tote bags filled with care essentials such as toothpaste, toothbrush, shampoo, etc as well as school supplies and a new stuffed animal. Our goal is to fill 1200 tote bags in 2013. With your help, we will be able to bring in funds to help meet this goal!
Second Step Housing is a community-based nonprofit which fosters self-sufficiency for at-risk homeless women and families through building and rehabilitating affordable housing paired with community services. A healthy outlook on life provides encouragement towards reaching life's goals and finding hope. "Run Like a Girl" is a timed fun run that fosters all the vital elements that help Second Step Housing residents achieve a healthy balance in their lives and on the path to self-sufficiency. The event seeks to 1) promote a healthy balance between mind, body and soul, 2) raise awareness of Second Step Housing and homelessness in our community, and 3) raise funds for Second Step Housing. The $250 in logo products will enable us to provide much needed sportswear for the women and children residents who will be participating in the run.
Hi!! I am so excited to be filling this out! My name is Dottie Kassab from iHeartKids based in metro Detroit. I am hosting a fundraiser for The Children's Hospital of Michigan on December 7th. This is not just any fundraiser/charity event. The event name is FLASH! FLASH! is a kids variety show of music, fashion, dancing, entertainment & more! This will be a night of kids helping kids & families having fun! All proceeds will go to the Family Assistance fund at the hospital which makes this event so unique and all about everyone helping everyone! We are expecting to have over 20 local kids in the show performing, and have confirmed the special guest star performer Julian Pavone, who is only 8 years old, and the 2013 Guinness World Records title holder "The Worlds Youngest Professional Drummer." Please please help us make this event a success! We still need so many things that we just do not have, being lack of volunteers, so right now it is only my sister and I working on EVERYTHING! I promise you will love this event once you check the site out! Thank you!! Lots of love and BIG hugs!
Operation Smile is a student-led club at Hopkins High School. We raise money throughout the year for Smile Train and children with cleft lips. Some past events include elementary school coin drives and benefit concerts. We should be chosen because we are hoping to sell t-shirts as part of our winter fundraiser, and $250 would be an incredible help. In fact, for the same price, we would be able to provide one surgery to a child with cleft palate. We hope to help as many children as possible, and spread smiles throughout the world!
My name is Mason King and I am on the board of directors for a small non-profit headquartered in Lexington, Kentucky called, Search.Love.Rescue. Our mission's goal is to impact the lives of children in dangerous and poverty stricken places to such a degree that it changes their entire nation. This February we will be holding our annual silent auction raising money to fund orphanages and schools in Cali, Colombia, St. Louis-Du-Nord, Haiti and the Marshall Islands. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Inversely, all charitable donations are tax deductible. If selected our "Search.Love.Rescue." customized items would raise big money for children in need. On behalf of the board of directors and the children of Colombia, Haiti, and the Marshall Islands I thank you in advance for your generosity and consideration.
The Empower Community Center for Youth and Adults has been serving our local community since 2010 by transforming the lives of children through our traditional Community-Based mentoring program. The ECCYA vision is to extend our services to the children most in need of a mentor. As many children have parents who lack the motivation or inclination to enroll their children in a mentoring program. The ECCYA is a performance-oriented youth-serving organization achieving proven measurable outcomes for children. Compared to other mentoring programs, the ECCYA has proven successes in creating and nurturing relationships between volunteers and children. We are a “best practice approach” to mentoring. Research has found that children enrolled in a mentoring program are 45% less likely to begin using illegal drugs; 27% less likely to begin using alcohol; 52% less likely to skip school, and 37% less likely to skip a class. They are more confident in their performance in schoolwork and get along better with their families. We believe that we should be chosen as we are in growth mode but have limited financial resources to ensure that the brand of the ECCYA spreads. Since we are new we have been working tirelessly to prove ourselves to the parents, schools and communities. We lack the financial support to be able to give the children items that we are sure that they will love. We are in need of T-shirts for the organization as most kids can not afford to buy one and we are limited. Your support will allow the kids to associate themselves with the organization so that they can step up and stand out in their communities as an Empowered Leader!
The Nursing faculty and staff at Gateway Community College has once again formed a team called Gateway's Dream to walk at a walking event at Lighthouse Point Park, New Haven. Their goal is to raise $1000.00 supported by donations and monies collected from a bake sale held on campus.
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer is an inspiring event that unites the entire community to honor and celebrate breast cancer survivors, and support the American Cancer Society’s unique mission to fight cancer on all fronts and save lives by helping people stay well by preventing cancer or finding it early; helping people get well by being there for them during and after a cancer diagnosis; by finding cures through investment in groundbreaking research and by fighting back by encouraging lawmakers to pass laws to defeat cancer and by rallying communities worldwide to join the fight.
We believe that through Faith, Family, Friendship, Food, and attitude people have a say in their future. This site was started by Bob Thomas and his family and friends as a way to give back. Bob was diagnosed with a severe case of Stage 4 melanoma with close to a hundred tumors in his lungs. He and his family were told by some Dr’s that he probably had 2 months to live. That was in Sept on 2011. As of his last scan his new Dr believes that close to 95% of the cancer has disappeared. Along with chemotherapy Bob and his support group became active participants in his recovery. Through prayer, encouragement, meditation, physical activity, and nutrition helped create this miraculous recovery. Our goal is to provide the same support given to him to other individuals who believe they have a say in their future.
On October 6, 2012, we will be holding our First Annual F5U cancer Run/Ride/Walk Fundraiser and would like to have some t-shirts to give to our participants.
Every year we join together to walk for a wonderful cause that touches us deeply, Autism Speaks. My loving little brother, Chris is affected with low functioning Autism. He may not be able to tell you how he feels or what he wants, but that is where we come in. This is our time to SPEAK up for him as well as others who can not be heard. We have not made t-shirts for this walk in 4 years just because I have not been able to afford it right now since all proceeds I make on the t-shirts go straight to Autism Speaks and the wonderful things they are doing to help find a cause and a cure. By participating in this event, you are helping to change the future for all who struggle with autism. You are getting us one step closer to finding what causes autism, how to prevent and treat it, and ultimately a cure so no family ever hears those words again. Until then, we walk to find answers and raise awareness about the devastating toll that autism has had on families like ours. HELP SPREAD AWARENESS BY HELPING ME MAKE SHIRTS FOR MY TEAM CHRIS' PUZZLE.. THANK YOU
The organization I am submitting for is called Kosair Charities. It is an amazing charity that helps special needs children and their families here in Kentucky, and also in Southern Indiana. This charity is near and dear to my heart because I have a special needs daughter, Addie, who sustained a brain injury at birth. Needless to say my husband and I were thrown into an unknown world, full of worries, fears, and concerns, not only about if she would survive to make it out of the hospital, but if so, what her future would be like from a medical needs stand point. This charity helped us in so many ways, especially with all the medical costs not covered by insurance for much needed therapies and equipment that have truly changed Addie's life for the better. We attribute her progressing to where she is today to this amazing organization! We decided 3 years ago to start a special event called "Boo to You" as a way to give back and partner with Kosair Charities to be able to help other children like our Addie who are in need! This event has grown from just a close group of family and friends, to this year we are expecting nearly 500 people, many of which are other special needs children and their families! It has become a great day filled with fun for everyone, while giving 100% of what we raise straight back to Kosair! We are thrilled to have many local University students from Fraternities and Sororities volunteering to help make this day great, which is the reason we are looking for "staff/volunteer" shirts to provide them on the day of the event. We would love to be chosen for the "giveback" promotion! If you would like I have created a couple of clips that reflect Addie's life, and it should help to show you where she started out, and how far we have come! The links are https://vimeo.com/47203712 and https://vimeo.com/18249427. Thanks for taking the time to read this long request! Any help would be so greatly appreciated for sure!!
Our organization works in youth ministry in independent schools in several cities. Richmond FOCUS students have organized a walk to be held in Richmond to raise money for pancreatic cancer research. Sadly, one of our students father's (he was also active with FOCUS) lost his battle with pancreatic cancer last week and we have formed a team to raise money in his honor. It is through the Lustgarten Foundation and 100% of the proceeds goes to pancreatic cancer research. We would love to be able to make a team FOCUS shirt to wear on walk day to show support to this family during this time, but we also don't want to take money for shirts that could be put toward donations to this cause. To see our growing team you can visit www.2012richmondwalk.kintera.org/focus
Cancer that strikes a child does not affect just one person; it afflicts an entire family. The mission of Super Cooper's Little Red Wagon Foundation is to lift these families up and to strengthen them in their battle against this non-discriminating disease.
As a foundation, we see a real need in the Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill area for pediatric cancer specific housing for families enduring lengthy outpatient visits such as chemo therapy and radiation. Our vision is to create a place for reCOOPERation -- a safe, comfortable environment where families can feel like they have a home away from home while they are supporting their child who is receiving treatment for Pediatric Brain cancer. We want to provide dedicated housing and support services set up to meet the specific needs of these immune-compromised children with brain cancer.
On September 15th, we will be holding our 3rd Annual Super Cooper’s Rockin’ Run and Family Fun Festival to benefit Super Cooper’s Little Red Wagon Foundation. Our goal this year is to raise $75,000. Funds raised from this event will be used to support the Super Cooper’s Little Red Wagon Foundation mission of providing housing and support for families affected by brain tumors.
We are dedicated to providing the basics for survival, clean water, food, and basic medical care, to the poorest people of the world. Whether it is at the local, regional or international level, our goal is to provide these essentials in a sustainable manner.
Because of this mission at Wish, we don't receive any pay. All of our proceeds goes directly to bettering our communities and our world. This year we are raising funds at Run Santa Run (a family fun run) to pay for a new pump at the running water well in Uganda (you can view this on the website). In addition, a portion of the proceeds from the run are being donated to Toys for Tots. We want to apply your generous gift to this family fun run event for t-shirts to the registrants. It would really help us to be able to give more to Toys for Tots by cutting out of pocket costs for t-shirts.
We are a group of individuals who are simply doing our best to help others. We know we can't do it all, but we know we can do something and with your help we can do even more!
We have great pictures to send you for your charitable community section if you choose us!!!
LogoSportswear donated shirts to the Arc San Francisco, a non-profit service and advocacy organization for adults with autism, down syndrome, cerebral palsy, intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families living in San Francisco and San Mateo counties. The Arc SF currently serves a varied group of over 550 clients who, despite their diverse backgrounds, ages and disabilities, are all similar in their desire to live a life of greater self-determination, dignity and quality.
Their goal is to provide the support that enable people with developmental disabilities to maximize their potential, live meaningful lives and become integral members of the community. To that end, they provide a range of services relevant to all areas of adult life, from independent living supports and skills building to employment training and creative expression.
Junior Achievement is the fastest growing economic education non-profit agency in the world today. JA serves six million children world wide including 20,000 students from kindergarten through 12th grade in the five-county areas served by our office. JA's economic education programs provide the building blocks to help young people reach their full potential and prepare them for their future. In many cases, JA is their only exposure to the business world and to positive role models from the business community. JA is committed to reaching our goals and serving more students in the upcoming school year 2012-2013. JA should be chosen as the donation recipient because our upcoming bowl-a-thon is starting in a month. This donation would help us pay for the t-shirts that we give to each of our bowlers that raises $100.00 dollars in donations.
Audience of One is a non-profit, after-school organization offering children 5-18 the opportunity to participate in theatrical arts. Professional directors and teachers create a positive and uplifting environment for building on the skills and talents of every child who walks through the door, no matter their experience. These youth will develop character, integrity, and leadership through their theater and arts experience — skills that will enable them to succeed and thrive while joyfully serving their community.
Each session, Ao1 partners with organizations or individuals in need allowing the children and families to use the gifts God has bestowed upon them to give back to the community. As servant leaders, Ao1's LIFEGuards organize, energize, and rejuvenates the spirit of compassion and service within the hearts of both young and old!
This group of student leaders will be organizing "Miracle Miles" Fun Run benefiting Petra Anderson, one of the victims of the tragic shooting in Aurora, Colorado last week. While there are so many miracles from that tragic event, the Anderson family touched the hearts of Ao1 as our final camp of the summer was set to take place at their church. This church family includes families, staff, and directors of Ao1.
Ao1's LIFEGuards would be extremely grateful for any assistance your organization could give in order to keep event costs minimal in order to give as much money to this amazing family!
I will send Petra Anderson's story along with the event logo and wish list. Thank you so much for your generous spirit to help non-profits. You truly are a blessing to so many.
We help under-privileged children in our area with school supplies, clothing and hygiene products. We also fund a special Christmas excursion for 700 children every December. We have learned from the principals of the schools we help that there is a serious need for T-shirts/Sweatshirts/underwear and socks. Most children wear the same clothes a few days a week because their family can't afford extra clothing. The schools have also begun washing and drying clothes at the school to help some families that cant afford to go to the laundromat, but if they had enough shirts for 5 days of school it would truly help. There is a real need here in Chesapeake, VA and the kids are so grateful with everything that we donate to them, but as you know not many people are donating during these hard times. School is starting here shortly and the need is great for these children. We are trying to make a difference in their lives and to show them that there are people who care about them and want to see them thrive. We donated bikes to 9 schools this year as part of a reading program to get the kids to read more books. 2 children were chosen from each school as the top reader in their grade levels. We help the elementary school level children. We would love to provide the children with clothing of any kind. We were able to help the special ed kids get matching T-shirts for the first time while competing in the Special Ed Olympics this year and the smiles were endless. Thanks for your consideration in our worthy cause. Please visit our website and see how we are helping the children.
Skip Program believes all children should be given an opportunity to participate in sports and community activities. Children living in impoverished conditions, and children diagnosed with disabilities, are not afforded enough opportunities to live a healthy lifestyle or to learn vital skills for success. Skip Program strives to equal the playing field by providing children opportunities to participate and by providing sports programs combined with educational programming, teaching vital skills for a successful future.
My 19 year old son Joe was diagnosed with Biliary Atresia, (a life threatening liver disease with no cure), when he was 2 months old. He underwent a Kasai procedure to help delay the effects of the disease but still progressivly developed symptoms of a failing liver.
Joe also deals with many other medical problems, such as polysplenia, a hypoplastic Left lung, 2 intracranial cysts, and scoliosis. He takes a multitude of medication daily and is limited on activities he can participate in.
The American Liver Foundation is a group we are actively involved in. They continue to make great strides in research and treatments. We are walking for Joe, and for all afflicted with the many liver diseases out there, in hopes that one day...we wont need to.
A donation for T-shirts for our walk would be a blessing. Thank You for your consideration.
One year ago, this July, our 17-month old daughter was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. She is now 2 years old, in remission, full of energy and life, and has 16 more months of chemotherapy left. Our family is so grateful for the advancements in medical technology that have made Elsa's form of cancer treatable and we want to give back to an organization that has directly helped us numerous times since her diagnosis. Elsa's dad, Aunt Carolyn, Uncle Jay, and me (her mom) are all shuffling our way through the Hartford Marathon in October in order to raise $6,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Our combined running distance of 104.8 miles is nothing compared to what Elsa has had to endure over the past year. We, as a family, want to demonstrate even a small fraction of the endurance she has so gracefully mastered at such a young age. This award from Logo Sportswear would help offset the cost of t-shirts made for our fans to wear at the event and for us to send as 'thank-you's' to our big donors.
TRUE Skool’s mission is to create positive sustainable change in the lives of youth through arts, education and community service. We print and sell tees at our bi-annual block party to support our summer youth programs. With an annual budget of $200,000 we do A LOT with a little and can always use help to be able to provide safe and enriching programs for youth in Milwaukee.
This organization was started to support Benaiah David Rosser and his family with the expenses of his treatment for leukemia. Benaiah is 4 yrs old and was diagnosed on March 7th. He has 2 little brothers and another sibling on the way. They all live in Hailey Idaho and he receives his treatment in Boise Idaho (about 2.5 hours away). His Uncle is doing a benefit on July 7th and we want to do t-shirts for a fundraiser, but don't have the funds for the initial cost. This donation would be an answer to our prayers. Thank you so much for considering us.
- Rebekah Rosser (Benaiah's Mom)
The first annual BBHS Run for Your Life 5K and 1 mile walk will be held at Thompson Park on August 18, 2012. This event will benefit the Obesity Action Coalition (OAC). It is estimated that nearly 93 million Americans are obese and that number is predicted to climb to 120 million within the next five years.
The mission of the OAC is to elevate and empower those affected by obesity through education, advocacy and support. To increase obesity education, the OAC offers a wide variety of free educational resources on obesity, morbid obesity and childhood obesity, in addition to consequences and treatments of these conditions.
Supporting the BBHS Run for Your Life 5K Race and 1 mile walk will not only help provide obesity education but will also spread awareness on ways to treat obesity. Sponsorships from both businesses and individuals are needed to ensure that OAC continues its programs and services for those affected by the obesity epidemic.
The mission of March of Dimes is to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality.
I know from life experience what families are going through and I'm willing to help every way possible to help with great outcomes. My brother was born premature at 27 weeks, weighing in at 3lbs 3oz. He had surgeries starting the day he was born, was on oxygen for 5 months and was diagnosed with chronic lung disease. He was in the NICU for 4 months. He is now 7 years old with the love for football. Please help us make that touchdown to reach our goal and help donate.
Every day, thousands of babies are born too soon, too small and often very sick. Our team is walking in March for Babies because we want to do something about this.
The Run 4 Rusty 5k fundraiser is meant to serve as a great community event that will benefit an even greater cause. Mr. Adam Schultz, a phenomenal Chesterton High School teacher, is also the father of a lively 4 ½ year old boy named Rusty. Rusty was recently diagnosed with a serious brain tumor, specifically known as pineoblastoma. All proceeds of the Run 4 Rusty 5k would go to the Schultz family for medical bills, travel costs, and other necessary expenses. As well as promoting health throughout the community through this exercise-oriented event, the health of Rusty would be a central theme.
We offer confidential programs for our veterans with PTSD, enabling them to find answers and help while avoiding labels and stigmas. All of our programs are free to our veterans and their families. We have no revenue and rely solely on fundraisers and donations in order to keep our organization going. We are having a motorcycle charity ride this summer and want to be able to give out T-shirts to participants to commemorate the event and increase awareness for our programs.
PSM mission is to empower, restore and equip single mothers through conferences, workshops, seminars, mentoring, prayer and provide various resources to gain and maintain a holistic life, particularly as we raise our children. PSM strives to help each single mother face their daily challenges with a positive attitude that will impact their families to grow, develop and succeed. We ask that you select us so we can bring more awareness to our cause and continue making a difference.
There are more than 13.7 million single parents in the United States and 84% of them are mothers. Also, there are more than 76.5 million single parents in the world. On average there is a single parent in every group of 25 people. Will you help us?
National Firefighters Endowment provides life saving equipment grants to firefighters and first responders across the United States. We are proud to help put the proper tools in the hands of our heroes and to ensure that America's bravest return home to their families.
Art For Kids is a 501c3 non-profit that provides quality and nurturing art classes and camps for children ages 5-12 (with art mentor internships for students ages 13-18)regardless of the family's ability to pay. In the past 8 years, Art For Kids has granted over 10K in scholarships to needy families.
Visit our website to see the wonderful art created by our students at the student gallery. I hope their art speaks for the quality of our program. We would be incredibly humbled to be able to offer t-shirts to our students in this summer's art camp.
With the economy in such a turmoil, many families cannot afford the extras for their children and Art For Kids has managed to stay afloat and offer help, thanks to the volunteer efforts of a few fellow artists with a big heart for helping children.
Our slogan is, "Where teaching art is a work of heart." We would be so grateful.
We are a small school outside of Chicago. This year our 8th grade students have worked hard running bake sales and selling pies to raise money for a class trip to Chicago. We would like to get them t-shirts which represent their class. If you would help us, the money that they have been able to raise will cover the trip downtown.
Students for Safe Water is a student founded and run 501(c)(3) charity. The charity was started by a high school student (I am a board member that is older than 18) and it has over 50 active student volunteers. The goal of the organization is to raise awareness and funds for the nearly one billion people in the world living without access to safe water and basic sanitation. The students educate others in the community and raise funds. This summer the students will travel to Nicaragua in July and August to build (and fund) projects. This trip will allow them the opportunity to better the lives of 98 families living without access to safe water and sanitation in the developing world. As Students For Safe Water is a young organization, we do not have a lot of resources. The students have worked extremely hard and are very dedicated to making a difference. To date, they have raised $15,000 and are half-way to their fundraising goal. With your assistance, they will be many steps closer. This organization is worthy of being chosen as these kids have shown initiative in making a difference in the lives of those less fortunate. Their efforts will result in improved living conditions and potentially save lives. As a child dies every 20 seconds as a result of drinking contaminated water, there is no time to waste.
Our students and volunteers will be participating in the Kids Run OC 5k May 4-6. We will be running symbolically to show solidarity with the people around the world who have to walk 5k and more just to find water to drink. We would like our volunteers/runners to wear the t-shirts at out SFSW booth and during the run.
Additionally, we would like to offer the t-shirts to walk/run supporters for a donation. People need our help and we would be so appreciative of anything you can do. Please help us to make a difference in the lives of others.
The Solar Car Team is the largest student-run group on the University of Michigan's campus in Ann Arbor, MI. All 100+ team members are under 24 years old, yet the diverse team of students band together to build a solar-powered vehicle from the ground up, challenging their studies, themselves, and pushing the limits of modern technology. The team is successful in proving that even a diverse group of novice students can explore more efficient transportation standards, and help refine the understanding of solar technology. These students come from all sorts of backgrounds (some engineers, artists, or even history majors), yet they all work together to create a successful vehicle. For each car they build the team participates in two important biannual solar races, the North American Solar Challenge (in which the team has won three consecutive National Championships), and the World Solar Challenge (in which the team has placed 3rd five times in the world)! Since the team is a non-profit organization we really depend on our connection with sponsors and donors from all around the U.S. to make our efforts a success as we have for the past 23 years of our team's legacy.
We are a small, but mighty organization. We serve the whole state of Missouri, plus parts of Illinois and Kansas. We provide bereavement support to families who experience the tragedy of sudden infant death, as well as public education for professionals and the community on how to reduce the risk of sudden infant death. We provide all of our services free of charge. The safest place for a baby to sleep is alone in a crib. We don't want any family to be in a position of putting their baby in harms way due to financial reasons, so we provide a brand new pack & play (free of charge) to those families who cannot afford a crib. Our annual 5K, Strides for SIDS, is one of our biggest fundraisers that allow us to keep providing our services at no cost to the recipients. Having the $250 to use towards our race t-shirts would be a tremendous help! Thank you for taking the time to read this appeal!
We are a non-profit organization to provide after school activities for middle school children in our county. We are not affiliated with the public schools except for representing them on each team and do not receive funding from the county. We raise all of our funds to try to provide safe playing fields and scholarships for financially burdened families to allow their children the opportunity to play for their school. Each sport is responsible for raising the funds for their own equipment, uniforms, etc. The softball program is working to build better playing fields for safety and also to lower the cost to play within our organization. Your donation would help out so much and would definitely make a difference in being able to provide some girls with better equipment such as helmets, bats, etc. I hope you will consider my application for the donation as I am a volunteer Commissioner for the softball teams and have no child playing. I am fortunate that my daughter had the opportunity to achieve success at a high level and is now playing college softball. I enjoy working with these young girls in helping them to obtain their goal and giving them the confidence they need to believe.
Hello, I am a graphic design senior at the Hartford Art School, University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT. I am working on my senior thesis project and am designing a campaign to promote clean oceans free of waste and plastic, called "Sea Change." The name of the campaign is a play on words, and pushes for the idea that if we all work together we can see change. I am designing a working website (http://www.seachange-ct.org), tshirts, pins, posters, save the date cards, re-usable water bottles, stickers, canvas totes, and a banner to hang up at the clean-up event. Most of the pieces I will be designing are going to be available for purchase on the website, under the shop page. One of the main parts of my campaign is a community beach clean-up. I am organizing the community beach clean-up on April 7th at Ocean Beach Park in New London, CT. Since I am funding this project myself, I have been looking for donations. I would like to give the first 50 beach clean-up volunteers a free Sea Change t-shirt.
Save the Sound (www.ctenvironment.org/save-the-sound.cfm) is kindly donating the supplies for the beach clean-up which includes gloves, bags, and first aid kits. The other students in my class are creating hypothetical projects, but I wanted to take advantage of the opportunity to actually make a difference in the community. Most people don't realize that when they leave behind trash and plastic it is deadly to marine life and harmful to our health. Plastic does not decompose, it breaks down into smaller and smaller pieces which makes it harder to clean up. If fish and other marine life survive after ingesting the waste and plastic, humans can become very sick from eating these toxic fish. I want to show the community that we are all connected and every action counts. Even though we have done a lot of damage to our environment, we can still work together to better the current conditions of polluted oceans. I truly believe that awareness leads to positive actions, which lead to change. This is an issue that I am very passionate about and one that I would like others to become passionate about as well. Please consider donating to my campaign!
We are a non-profit youth track and field club that has just under 200 athletes from ages 4-18 and we never turn anyone away. The economy over the last 2 years has probably affected 80% of our families in some fashion and has even discouraged some of them from putting their kids into our program. Even though we don't turn anyone away, I think pride prevents some of our families for asking for help.
The reason that I am asking for the Logo credit is that when an athlete is unable to pay, we still provide them with a t-shirt, uniform and every other item that a paying athlete would receive. However, as we don't have any other form of funding, the cost ends up coming directly from me or my boyfriend (the founder of the organization).
As this organization is our passion we always find a way to come up with the money, even if it boils down to recycling bottles and cans that we collect from our neighborhood. There's nothing we won't do for these kids.
I am placing an order for t-shirts but have had to postpone my order for sweatshirts for the time being. This $250 credit would really come in handy as our first practice is February 21st and there are still a laundry list of items that we need.
I am running the Destin 50 miler on Feb 19th while raising money for the Special Ops Warrior Foundation. My husband is a TWO time wounded warrior who has lost many friends. I want to be able to help families of fallen soldiers. My husband is currently deployed yet again to Afghanistan and will not be here the day of my race. I am running in honor of friends KIA. I need a shirt for the race made with their names listed for me to run in and also for my crew. This organization is one of the many that helped my family when we were at Walter Reed Army Medical Hospital, so it is very important to me.
Our middle school has just joined a local area sports league this year. Our basketball team is the first official sport in the interdivisional league and we are currently 0-7. We definitely need a morale boost. Our school is located in the inner city and I am just happy to give these kids a safe place to go after school even if only for a few hours. I drive most of the team home because it isn't safe to walk home after practice. They are great kids and really enjoy being together please help me do something nice for them. Please consider our school for this award.
Veterans Sanctuary is a variable length inpatient facility treating veterans with PTSD, drug and alcohol addictions. Many of our vets return from combat not able to deal with things they experienced in war. They have nightmares, flashbacks and trouble assimilating back into society. Many turn to drugs and alcohol as a way of dealing with their demons. Veterans Sanctuary provides a place where our vets can begin to heal by attending therapeutic groups, practicing mindfulness, art therapy, etc.They also support each other, vet helping vet. We would use the $250.00 to buy sweatpants and sweatshirts for our clients to wear upon being admitted. All of their clothing must be washed as soon as they are admitted.
I want to also thank your organization for offering this opportunity to non-profits. There are a lot of people who want to do good things for others without having a lot of money and it is people like you who make it possible.
Thank-you for supporting our veterans,
Lynda Gehris, Program Secretary
Proud Gold Star Mother of
Sgt. Christopher Scott Thomas
Thank You Letter from Veterans Sanctuary
Dear Mr. Nevins-
We here at Veterans Sanctuary want to thank you so much for the high quality sweatpants that we bought with our $250.00 Logo GiveBack certificate. The donation of the sweatpants helped us immensely and we are very grateful to you. Our clients had fun doing the picture and they are thankful for the opportunity to heal in a therapeutic community dedicated to helping Veterans. God Bless you and your company for your support.
Elder Justice Colorado is dedicated to providing free or low cost legal services to those 60 years of age and older in Denver County. We are the only legal service provider focusing 100% of our resources on the ever growing senior population. Sometimes all an older person needs is a one-time service from an attorney, yet given their fixed income, they cannot afford it. That is where we come in to fill that gap.
We are having our 1st Annual Dessert tasting in the hopes of raising funds to continue our legal services program. We currently operate solely on a budget of less than 10K a year, thus, relying solely the good graces of volunteers. We are hoping to make t-shirts for our volunteers for the event, to single them out, recognize them publicly, and also provide them a take-home for their efforts.
Thank you for considering our organization.
I am the Varsity Girls Basketball Coach at Delmar High School. We are a small middle and high school in Delmar DE. Two years ago, my girls varsity basketball team started doing a "Pink Week" for a local breast cancer charity, Women Supporting Women. The girls go out and get sponsors for the number of points they plan to score in the 3 designated games, and they then go back to collect what they earned. A portion of out ticket sales that home game also get donated to Women Supporting Women. Last year I used our basketball money to buy the girls white shirts with a pink logo on them to wear as warmups. This year we do not have that extra money. I hate to make the girls pay for them themselves but it looks nice and it draws attention to the game when they wear their pink! Last year as a team of 10, the girls raised over $750 for the local charity. It's so nice to see these girls give back. Help us to purchase these shirts and give back to a great local charity supporting a worthy cause.
The Annual Thanksgiving Flag Football Tournament is held each year in honor and memory of Ronnie Wetmore.
Ronnie was a son, big brother, best friend, and an all around good person who passed away during the peak of his life. He thought of others first, and himself last. He was the person who could make you smile when you were having a bad day and the one who could make you laugh when you were crying. He was everybody’s best friend.
Each year, beginning in high school Ronnie organized a flag football game the weekend after Thanksgiving. He and all of his friends would meet in the morning on Friday or Saturday and play a friendly (but most of the time competitive) game of flag football. After Ronnie passed away, a group of his close friends organized a flag football tournament to honor his life and to raise money for the Ronald Wetmore Memorial Scholarship Fund. The scholarship fund is awarded to a Chelmsford High School, senior varsity football player each year. The tournament is held on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, and draws nearly two hundred players annually. The teams are made up of family members, high school and college friends, and friends of friends from near by towns. Friends volunteer to help with the registration, as well as the cooking and selling of the food and drinks that are generously donated year after year.
The event raised over $3,000. The t-shirts were a huge hit!
I work at Portland YouthBuilders, a nonprofit alternative school. We serve at risk youth, ages 17-24 who are
low income and are making a positive choice to further their education and become self sufficient. Our program helps youth
finish high school, prepare for college and earn college credit, and obtain job training in computer technology and
construction. Our students meet rigorous attendance standards and choose to be drug free. Last year we helped more than 100
students turn their lives around and enter apprenticeships, college, and employment.
This year we were able to join a local basketball league for alternative school students. Our students are so excited to play! They have been practicing at a local park and our games start soon. The only barrier we face to participating in the league is needing uniforms for our 15 players. Many of our students have limited clothing resources and it is important to them to look like the amazing team that they are. Any assistance you can provide to help our students play with dignity and pride by helping us obtain uniforms would be so very much appreciated.
This scholarship honors the memory of Brad Opheim. Brad Opheim was a student at Cheshire High (CT) and a member of its varsity soccer team. With strong academics and soccer skills, Brad was accepted to Vanderbilt University where he played at the varsity level for two years before focusing on a law career.
Brad succumbed to a brain tumor shortly after his graduation from Duke Law School. The scholarship keeps Brad’s legacy alive and helps students defray college costs. LogoSportswear contributes to the annual CHS alumni soccer alumni fundraiser that supports this scholarship.
We are a non-profit softball organization from the small town of Southport, NY. We started Southport Cinderella Softball 4 years ago and only had 60 girls. This past season we had 173 girls and each year we keep growing. Fundraising is a HUGE part of our operations to maintain the fields, get new equipment, and get things in the off season for our Winter Clinics. We have added something different each year to our organization. From April to June we have our regular season, June to July our All-stars, and this year we had our Fall Ball program from Aug-October.
We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that helps mothers in need. We have been in operation since 2003 and have been helping mothers by providing formula, diapers, food, and baby clothes. We also help to cover utility payments when service is about to be disconnected. We have always relied on donations and the goodness in people's hearts and that has allowed us to continue to help mothers in need for over 8 years now. We would really appreciate your donation so that we could continue making these moms feel a little better on some of their toughest days. Thank you!
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer is an inspiring event that unites the entire community to honor and celebrate breast cancer survivors, and support the American Cancer Society’s unique mission to fight cancer on all fronts and save lives by helping people stay well by preventing cancer or finding it early; helping people get well by being there for them during and after a cancer diagnosis; by finding cures through investment in groundbreaking research and by fighting back by encouraging lawmakers to pass laws to defeat cancer and by rallying communities worldwide to join the fight.
The Nursing faculty and staff at Gateway Community College has formed a team called Gateway's Dream to walk at a walking event at Lighthouse Point Park, New Haven. Their goal is to raise $2000.00 supported by donations and monies collected from a bake sale held on campus.
The Jr. Streaks are a non-profit high school feeder program for boys from 5 towns. We are hosting a breast cancer awareness game night, where all proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society and the Susan G. Komen Foundation. We are having a girls powder puff football game, and the girls are in need of uniforms for the event.
The Benzie Gridiron Club and Benzie Central Huskies are joining forces with its rival, the Kingsley Stag football team and their football club, to put on a breast cancer awareness game. This is the first year of the Benzie Gridiron Club. We put this club together in the small community of Benzonia once we found out the school board was forcing our students to pay to play. Even though funding is short, both schools feel it is necessary to put on an event for such a worthy cause. ALL proceeds will be donated to the local cancer foundation through Munson Medical Center.
We are hosting a Think Pink night for volleyball, and we need to purchase shirts for our volleyball team to wear on that evening. We are a small private school, so funds are always Any donations or grants that we get are helpful. We would use the money to buy shirts.
The Urban League’s movement has celebrated over a century of providing opportunities to under-served populations, and the Urban League of Essex County remains vigilant with our mission to empower people to secure economic self-reliance, parity, power, and civil rights. Over the last year alone, we have assisted over 5000 children, families, and residents in Essex County with a variety of services including, obstaining employment, avoiding foreclosure, raising their academic performance, learning a trade and more!
We are a new charitable foundation focused on offering families with disabilities and health conditions quality programs, and supporting the financial difficulties that families who need speech and language, physical therapy, and occupational therapy. We have discovered that many of the families we support have high incidence disabilities, and benefit from sensory based programs and individual sports like skiing, skateboarding, surfing, and sailing.
On September 10th, we are having our first surf day for children with disabilities and wounded veterans. Children and their families will have a chance to surf for free in the morning; a truly sensational day for everyone.
We believe we deserve to be chosen since this is our first event and with the numbers small we will be able to use the $250 for all shirts for surfers and volunteers. Since we have a small foundation, all the monies raised go right back to programs for children, seniors, and the families we serve with our events.
My name is Elizabeth Greenwood and on behalf of the JDRF Rockin’ Peeps, I am contacting you with a request for your support as we prepare for our 2nd Annual Tee off “fore” a cure golf tournament. This fun-filled money-raising event with over 80 golfing participants, will be held on Saturday, October 8th at Canongate White Oak Golf Course.
The JDRF Rockin Peeps is a non-profit organization benefiting the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. The Rockin' Peeps were formed last year when 3 moms set out to help educate and raise awareness, with the hope of raising more money for research on Type 1 Diabetes. We know that there are many devastating diseases in our world right now, and that saddens us, but the difference with Type 1 Diabetes is that wiping it out of existence is extremely obtainable and yet reachable. That is why we are asking you to help us make that goal successful.
Last years Tee off “fore” a cure was so successful that many of our sponsors and golfers are thrilled to see what will take place this year. With this in mind we are approaching our previous sponsors and branching out to many new hopeful supporters with ways one might support and/or sponsor this event. Remember all contributions and donations for this event are tax deductible. With your help this event is certain to be a HUGE success.
We thank you and look forward to working with you this year. Thank you again for taking the time and showing your support. We can now hopefully tell our children in the near future that they will no longer need to check there blood sugars and give themselves insulin, because you were able to make this happen.
My name is Alba Pineda and I am a teacher at Gardner Middle School. I work with children diagnosed with multiple and severe disabilities. We work in a special day class with a curriculum consisting of adapted academics, daily living skills, physical therapy and much more.
I, along with three other teachers at my school run a Peer Buddy program. This is where general education students come into our classrooms and work with our students with disabilities. They do everything from running errands, making adapted curriculum and assisting in the inclusion process with our students.
This year we were able to raise enough money for the Peer Buddy Shirts only. A donation of $250 would help offset the cost staff will have to pay when we order our Peer Buddy polo shirts.
Any consideration of this request would be greatly appreciated.
Our organization is a non-profit leader in providing unmatched programming and services for children and adolescents who are struggling with mental illness and behavioral disorders. We offer comprehensive and flexible treatment options to enhance the opportunity for at-risk youth to succeed. We serve approximately 300 youth per year, and we are raising money to be able to provide healthy living programming for the youth while attending our programs.
Our primary focus has been to restore dignity, emotional wholeness, and a renewed sense of self-worth into the lives of young people. We promote these ideals by providing a treatment community of unmatched quality, with support, guidance, and caring as the cornerstones of the path to our clients’ successes.
The Armed Forces Foundation is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to serving those who serve through a variety of initiatives, from financial assistance to morale and recreation programs. The 14th annual Jerry Woods Golf & Crab Invitational is one of our largest fundraising events, with the proceeds benefiting various AFF programs committed to helping members of the military community during their time of greatest need. By contributing to the Golf & Crab Charity Invitational you will directly aid in the lives of servicemen and woman who most certainly merit assistance. With the funds made from Golf & Crab we are able to assist military families in need with grants, continue our Classic Outdoor Sports events and PTSD/TBI Outreach programs.
We thank you for your consideration and look forward to speaking with you soon!
I am writing to you from Nicaragua, where I am the Country Director for Whole Child International. We work to improve the quality of life for children in orphanages. Twice a month we have trainings for the orphanage staff followed up by one on one work with the caregivers in the orphanages. All of the children we work with have been abandoned, abused, neglected and or mistreated. We focus on giving the caregivers specific skills to improve their communication with children and on helping orphanage directors provide more stability for the children through keeping them in the same groups. Our staff works tirelessly with the orphanage staff and I would love to not only do something nice for them, but also want to have them be easily identifiable when they are in the orphanages or providing trainings. Having shirts that clearly identified them, as Whole Child Staff would be amazing. Thank you for considering us!
Hi, my name is Jennifer Martin, executive director of SGS youth sports. We offer year round football, cheer, baseball and softball. We live in Greenville County, but our sports program is not funded by the county. All money that comes in is raised by fundraising. We do a spring and fall program where we sell ads to the local businesses and family/friends. We try to reward the players that participate with a nice gift if they reach a goal. This past season we had 15 kids reach this goal and we ordered wildcat pjs and a SGS designed shirt :). We have also used you prior to that for our board member jackets- which we LOVE! I will try to get a picture of our board members with all of our jackets to submit. But we would really appreciate the donation which would be used for our parent tees or for a fundraiser gift for the fall season!! Thank you for your consideration of our South Greenville wildcats!!!
"Hello, my name is Rose Warner and I work for The Institute of Professional Practice, Inc. a non-profit company in Connecticut for more than 20 years, who services people of all ages with disabilities.
We are having a picnic for clients (challenged individuals), parents, guardians, and staff this July. We are in need of bright colored t- shirts for 15 to 20 staff to be seen for any issues or questions. This way they would be seen quickly. Please let me know if we could take advantage of this offer.
Your help would be greatly appreciated."
Boys Town has been helping neglected, misplaced and abandoned children since its formation in 1917 by Father Edward Flanagan. The Central Florida location has been active since 1986. My group and I were raising funds to throw the kids from the residential program a cultural event day, and we decided to visit the campus to get the perspective of the kids who we are throwing the event for. While we were there, the kids asked our group if we were interested in playing basketball (these kids can go all day on the courts). After talking with one of the supervisors, they said that all the kids do is play basketball when they aren't in class or doing chores. We think it would be great to give the kids real basketball jerseys to give them a sense of teamwork, and confidence to help them through this rough time in their lives.
"I am a proud member of Team Diabetes Canada which is a national activity fundraising program for the Canadian Diabetes Association. It promotes a healthy and active lifestyle to all Canadians while raising funds for the provision of education and services and while advocating for our cause and breaking ground toward a cure.
As a member, I have committed to raising $6,100 for the Canadian Diabetes Association via Team Diabetes Canada. On top of this I have committed to training to run my first 1/2 marathon in the Reykjavik Marathon in August 2011. I have currently raised $4,754 and I'm planning to host a beach volleyball tournament, "Dig for Diabetes" on June 25th, 2011 in an attempt to raise the remaining $1,336. I am looking for t-shirts to be donated which would be used as prizes for the winning teams in each division (approx. 12 shirt). All of the money raised at this tournament will be going straight to Team Diabetes Canada."
Relay For Life of Cheshire, CT is an overnight event of good times for a great cause to help beat cancer! Teams from corporations, clubs, hospitals, churches, and families all join the fun. Funds raised will help support the American Cancer Societys programs of research, education, and service to patients and their families.
I felt it was important to put together a Relay For Life team because this year my life has been impacted by cancer. One of my fellow soccer players was diagnosed with cancer early on in the season and it was very hard for the whole team to realize that we could not play with one of our good friends. Hopefully the money that we can raise will help to find a cure for cancer so that victims of this disease and their families will have hope for a cure.
Here are some photos from the Bay Area BBQ Championship with people wearing the jerseys we ordered. American Idol finalist La Toya London, celebrity chefs Liam Mayclem and Amy Sherman as celebrity judges. Thank you for the support!
Alternative Family Services, a foster, adoption and mental health agency has served thousands of foster children, youth and families since 1978. On July 16th we have a unique opportunity to partner up with the Oakland A's, International Barbecue Cookers Association and the Oakland Chamber of Commerce for the Bay Area BBQ Championship (www.bayareabbq.org).
This is a professional cook-off in the Coliseum Parking lot prior to the A's double header against the LA Angels. All proceeds from this event go directly to the foster children, youth and families served by AFS.
AFS should be chosen for the $250 grant because it will directly benefit the foster kids served by our agency. The more expenses we can get help with, the better chance we have of raising money for the kids and families. We have to order volunteer t-shirts, custom jerseys for the Celebrity Judges, judges t-shirts and possible embroidered polos for our employees so we have quite a large shirt expense.
We are also able to promote sportswear.com on all event materials including the event website www.bayareabbq.org.
Please feel free to visit our agency website at www.afs4kids.org to learn more about the services we provide to thousands of foster children, youth and families.
Our football team is an inner city football organization. Our city is currently under state receivership and is a very poor city. It is a square mile and highly populated. When we do try to have events to raise money, the city or police dept. turn us down and are not willing to give a helping hand due to the economic state of the city. It is very hard to try to have any type of fundraising event or boot drive etc when the city officials or police dept are not supporting the team. With a crime filled city and high school that made national news because of teachers getting fired or poor test scores, our football team helps to keep city youth out of trouble and also gives them a sense of pride and family when they might not have that at home. The teams itself do very well and most have made it either to playoffs or superbowl. Being chosen would help us make necessary equipment upgrades and also show our youth that people are willing to help.
Urban Underground is a youth leadership organization designed to advance a new generation of young leaders committed to building safe and sustainable communities. High school age teens organize around issues that most impact them (i.e. education, health and criminal justice). We should be chosen for the Logo GiveBack program because the young people volunteer their time to make change within themselves and their community. The Logo GiveBack program would be a great opportunity to provide some kind of incentives for the students and to allow them to feel proud about being an Urban Underground member and giving back their time to make their communities a better place.
Please join me in my efforts to support Walk Now for Autism Speaks! Can you imagine hearing the words "your child has autism?" In a split second, life - as you know it - has changed. For a different family every 15 minutes, tomorrow will never be the same. By participating in this event, you are helping to change the future for all who struggle with autism. By walking, you are getting us one step closer to finding what causes autism, how to prevent and treat it, and ultimately a cure so no family ever hears those words again. Until then, we walk to find answers and raise awareness about the devastating toll that autism has had on families like ours. I need you to help make tomorrow be about dance lessons, school lunches and first words rather than therapy, doctor appointments and despair. Together, we will find the missing pieces.
"Yes, I'm back for a second year! Last year was such an amazing experience, I had to come back and do it again!!! But I wouldn't of been able to do it without the love and support of my wonderful husband, kids, family and friends like you. Some of you may not know the story of why I am doing the Avon 2 Day Walk for Breast Cancer, so here's my little story:
In the fall of 2006 Andrew went to preschool and quickly became friends with a little girl named Maddie K. I intern became friends with her mother, Mia. From there on my "Preschool Friends" alliance was built. Mia was not shy to tell us her story and how she was fighting breast cancer. To see this women in action is truly amazing and inspirational at the same time. After many surgeries and bumps in the road to recovery, she was cancer free for 4 1/2 years. But in the late summer of 2010 Mia found out her cancer was back. With the help of her family and friends she's fighting back harder then ever!
A little closer to home for us was in November of 2009 my beautiful mother-in-law, Denise was diagnosed with breast cancer. We were all devastated to say the least. After a few surgeries, radiation and a few more scares along her bumpy road to recovery; we're happy to report she's been cancer free for a little over a year now!"
We are an inter city elementary school that would like to have all of our students get involved in our Relay for Life fundraising effort. Our students want to have a school Relay jersey that makes the school united in our fundraising drive. To join the team, Relay wants each member to raise over a hundred dollars each. This isn't possible for the students so they want to have a school relay shirt that they can use to raise money as well as represent the school.
This is an E-Commerce and Entrepreneurship class that is participating in the Connecticut Student Innovation Challenge. This year's theme is "Moving Forward, Giving Back". Our "mock" company Lids4Hope works on the buy one give one concepts. For every hat purchased, one hat would be given to a child with leukemia. The concept was developed from the experience of one of our students who was diagnosed with leukemia at the age of 8. Through the support of his family, his puppy, and the hospital staff, he found confidence, hope, trust, and faith.
The American Liver Foundation helps millions of people living with various liver diseases. Our goal is to be a world free of liver disease.
My son Joseph was born with Biliary Atresia. He has had over 20 surgeries and is on a strict daily medicine regimen, as well as quarterly Dr. visits. He will need a liver transplant within the next 10 years, and hopefully, with funds for research, a cure will be found so he wont need one. He is an amazing young man who has been through more than anyone should have to in his short 18 years. Your help would be deeply appreciated. Thank you for your consideration.
The Kansas Elks Training Center for the Handicapped (KETCH) serves nearly 500 adults with developmental disabilities each year. Our mission at KETCH is to promote independence for persons with disabilities through innovative learning experiences that support choices for working, living, and playing in their community. Through our programs, individuals with developmental disabilities are given opportunities they may otherwise miss out on in life, such as earning a paycheck in a sheltered workshop, learning how to count money, brush their teeth, grocery shop, or even find meaningful and productive employment in their community with the help of a job coach.
Nobesity for Kids (NB4K) is proud to announce our 1st Annual NB4K Hoops 4 Health Basketball Tournament on Saturday, May 7, 2011 at 9:00 AM at League of America Basketball Facilities in Houston, TX. We expect over 20 Pro Am Local and US teams to participate in this event.
NB4K was created with a vision to provide a safe environment and atmosphere with excellent training and nutrition classes for underprivileged and at-risk children ages 6 – 16 years of age. The program is designed with a community service-based agenda and emphasizes the importance to promote individual confidence, self esteem and leadership skills. We have accepted the challenge to increase childhood obesity awareness in our community by encouraging our local community to raise $5,000 for childhood obesity education and research. The goal of the Nobesity For Kids is to reduce Childhood Obesity by 25% by the year 2015.
We are honored to partner with the famous HOUSTON MOMENTUM basketball team, who were chosen to represent the USA in the 2011 Jordan International Pro Am Tournament held in Paris, France this summer. NB4K involvement and affiliation includes the President’s Challenge Program, OAC, National Afterschool Association and The American Council for Fitness & Nutrition Foundation and Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (ODPHP) - Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans.
We are honored to have Babies, Youth, Children Empowerment Ministries, Inc. (BYCEM) join us as a limited partner for this event. BYCEM is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization who focus on developing the mind, soul and body of at-risk students in Houston and surrounding school districts.
Nobesity For Kids would be more than pleased to have your business listed as one of our proud sponsors for Childhood Obesity awareness. Your contribution will greatly assist the efforts of the NB4K to increase childhood obesity education, awareness and research in our community.
Proceeds from this year’s tournament will benefit underprivileged and at-risk children inside and the surrounding Houston areas with afterschool and weekend educational, health and nutrition programs and equipment. Donations are tax deductible and must be received no later than April 22, 2011 to insure that your name and/or logo can be placed on the banner, booklet and/or t-shirt.
Y.E.D.S Drill Team is a dance team for young ladies at this time.
Y.E.D.S stands for Young, Eager and Determined to Succeed.
This drill team is recruiting girls ages 4 to 16 in different low income communities in order to help build self-esteem, character, responsibility, and sportsmanship.
This organization is set out to show some of these girls that it is possible to do anything they want to if they stay dedicated, work hard and set goals. Selling items with our team logo will be one of their accomplishments, which will help raise money to go to dance camps and competitions.
Thank you for giving us this opportunity.
Each year approximately 800,000 children spend time in the U.S. foster care system. Many are placed with families who provide much needed stability. However, 5 years is the typical wait time for a child to be adopted out of foster care and many children who reach their teens never get adopted.
The lack of commitment and financial support to foster care is helping create a population of throwaway children, many of whom go on to lives of substance abuse, homelessness and crime.
Youngsters leaving foster-care ill-equipped for life on their own often end up homeless or permanently dependent on welfare services.
Family Health & Support Network, Inc. (FHSN) is a community based 501 (c) (3) nonprofit Foster Family Agency servicing, Riverside, Orange and San Bernardino counties. The California Foster Care system was devastated by a 10% decrease in funding last year. While 10% to some does not seem like much, in consideration of the economic shortage of funding, we have lost approximately 20% of financial support--which has a drastic affect on our budget and our ability to give to the children placed in our care.
FHSN is the only nonprofit Foster Family Agency in the Coachella Valley, having placed and monitored more than 1,000 children in our quality certified foster family homes. These children would have otherwise been placed in homes out of their neighborhoods away from their schools, churches, community and families
Family Health & Support Network, Inc. goes beyond federal funding guidelines which encourage short-term crisis-management and concentrate on long-range, skill-development programs through the FHSN Children’s Fund. We find it very important to help our teenagers develop trust, a sense of belonging, healthy identity, self-esteem and a passionate outlook on life in preparation for a safe emancipation from foster care. The FHSN Children’s Fund monetary and in-kind donations, event sponsorship, and volunteers help support innovative incentive programs—empowering our youth to acquire life skills and meet educational and career objective. Our programs are critical for turning around significant obstacles in foster youth and promoting resiliency, optimism about their futures and life successes.
We are gearing up for our Annual Fundraiser Juneteenth in the Coachella Valley Pioneer Awards and your support of custom promotional items will be a great help.
The mission of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is to assure the development of the means to cure and control cystic fibrosis and to improve the quality of life for those with the disease.
The Foundation is the leading organization in the United States devoted to cystic fibrosis. It funds and accredits more than 115 CF care centers, 95 adult care programs and 50 affiliate programs, and more than 75 chapters and branch offices nationwide.
Our Seacoast Safari: CF Cycle for Life event is a two day 150 mile cycling event along the coast of New England. This event has raised over $486,000 in the last nine years and this year, we hope to raise an amazing $140,000 to help fund the vital research needed to find a cure for cystic fibrosis.
The LFA-DMV serves over 80,000 people living with lupus in the Virgina, Maryland, and DC area through FREE education programs, support services and community outreach. This year we are a charity partner with the Marine Corps Marathon and we hope to raise much needed funds through this program. We are a small but passionate group of people who should be chosen because the people we represent and serve are so deserving. Lupus is not yet a household name, so to speak like breast cancer is, so any help goes a long way towards making lupus a more visible cause. Thanks!
We are a new High School and soccer program limited by students (165 total), funding (no funding), and 1 win in a 2 year program. The uniforms we have do not fit the players properly, we are short 3 uniforms (13 on team), and wear pennies for away games. I believe looking like a team would give them more confidence and drive to build this girls soccer program.
We are a non-profit, non-tax supported community hospital. I am specifically applying for our school program that serves special needs students (50). We are celebrating our 10th year. We have an Orca logo developed. The students earn "wisebucks" for reaching their educational goals and can spend them in the student store. I would use this donated sportswear to stock the store so that student can purchase items with the school logo. This would really support goal achievement and school morale. Thanks in advance for your consideration!
Hi! I have always wanted to do a 5k or 10k for a good cause, but I never thought that cause would be my own. My name is Tammy Noojin/Harline. I am 24 years old and just got told that I am in remission! I had Follicular Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma which transformed into (DLBCL) Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma. I have had a hard life my whole life and never thought cancer would be in my future, especially at such a young age. I was adopted as a pre-teen by the woman I call Mom and she has had cancer 3 times!!!! She is currently going through treatment. I couldn't tell her when I was diagnosed because the type of cancer I had is the same cancer that cost her mother her life.
I am putting on a 5k and 10k walk/run on January 15, 2011 8:00 AM at the Start/Finish of the YMCA of the COOSA VALLEY,INC (Sponsor)in Gadsden, AL. Their 5k and 10k route is a USATF Certified Route! They are letting me use this route free of charge for this event and I am so thankful for them! The winners will receive a cash prize from our sponsors. The race is $20.00 to participate in. Anyone who pre-registers will receive a free Lymphoma Awareness T-Shirt. These shirts will be available for purchase for those who do not pre-register. EVERY $20 REGISTRATION FEE WILL GO TO THE LYMPHOMA RESEARCH FOUNDATION in NYC.
Thank you so much for your time! I don't know of a Lymphoma run anywhere around where we live so I would like for nothing more than this one to be a huge success!! The race is the day after my 25th Birthday, and I am so thankful to have made it to 25. I will be participating in the race as my way of telling myself Congrats on making it to 25 years old!!!!! HOPE...FAITH...CURE Hodgkin's, and Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma!!!!!!!!!!
I really hope that ya'll are able to help our cause. The less I have to spend, the more money we can donate to The Lymphoma Research Foundation.
Once again LogoSportswear has made a donation of skids of apparel items that can be sold at the Goodwill stores throughout the area. Proceeds from the sales help the organization provide a wide variety of programs, from job placement services, to after-school programs for children and families, to educational and recreational activities for people with disabilities and other challenges.
Support Easter Seals Goodwill Industries upcoming 16th Annual Fantasy of Lights through December 31st at Lighthouse Point Park in New Haven, CT.
16th Annual Fantasy Of Lights
The Wells Project at Baylor University is a non-profit student organization at Baylor University, and our mission is to raise awareness and funds for the 884 million people around the world that do not have access to clean water. We exist to move our University to action, and rally students, staff, and faculty to make a huge impact on the water crisis. We are a new organization, but have accomplished a lot. We have raised over $1,500 dollars to drill a freshwater well in Nicaragua, we have accumulated over 400 "fans" on our Facebook page, and have gotten over 10 other student organizations involved in what we're doing.
Starting October 25th, we're asking Baylor students, staff, and faculty to replace their normal beverages with water for 10 Days. Money that was saved from not buying those normal beverages will be donated to The Wells Project. Every dollar we raise will go directly to drill freshwater wells.
We should be chosen because we have a commitment to bringing our campus together to make an impact on the water crisis. We believe that students can make a difference in our world, and that excites us!
I am a participant in one of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention's "Out of the Darkness" Community Walks. Although my community walk (Manchester, CT) is in less than two weeks, there are ongoing walks scheduled, and there will also be community walks in 2011. Suicide is still a taboo subject to talk about, there is still a stigma associated with it. I (and the AFSP) are trying to educate the public that we need to talk about depression, mental illness, and suicide prevention. We need to get the word out there...just these past few weeks, seven young adults took their own lives because of being bullied and felt they had no other choice. A few weeks ago, an NFL player took his own life, and the list (unfortunately) goes on and on...although most of these losses by suicide do not make the local or national news. My own father died by suicide when I was 13 years old, and I will always feel that pain, and will always miss him. I am just trying to do all that I can to educate others and hopefully (in my small way) share my story and possibly help save a life. The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention always needs items for raffles at these walk events, and also customized t-shirts for team walkers (who cannot afford to purchase their own t-shirts). Although the AFSP is the leading national non-profit organization solely dedicated to education, advocacy, suicide prevention and survivor support, we are overshadowed by the big charities out there. Possibly this is because the AFSP is dealing with a subject that people have difficulty talking about. My hope is that through the "Out of the Darkness Community Walks," we can increase awareness. Having items with team logos and raffle items available would be greatly appreciated and would help our efforts.
The CHS boys soccer team wanted to do something to support Breast Cancer Awareness month. We have all seen major league sports teams wearing pink -- most notably players in the NFL wearing pink chin straps, jerseys and spikes. The players, parents and coaches of the CHS team decided to wear pink sweatbands, donated by LogoSportswear, for their annual Senior day game. Each child and the coaching staff plan to wear the sweatbands to raise awareness for breast cancer.
Our homeless shelter began in 1987 and is named after Ruth Meiers, North Dakota's first female Lieutenant Governor. The recession has hit our budget at a time when the hungry, homeless and low-income people we serve need us more than ever. Last year, we provided over 12,000 nights of food, shelter and support to 101 children, 74 women and 358 men. We would love to use promotional items for our upcoming fundraiser.
Mugs for Jugs is a team on the "Avon Walk For Breast Cancer Houston 2011." Each walker must raise a minimum of $1800 to participate in the walk and we are looking to have t-shirts, mugs, caps, and bags made for donation give-aways. $250 worth of products would help out TREMENDOUSLY!
On October 2, 1996, Lance Armstrong was diagnosed with cancer. On that day, he made a decision to face his illness with courage, strength and dignity. On October 2, Lance became a survivor.
Today, there are 28 million people living with cancer around the world who have experienced that same day. And shockingly, this year, cancer will become the leading cause of death worldwide.
This October 2 is LIVESTRONG Day. Communities around the world will come together on this global day of action to raise awareness and support our fight to improve the lives of people affected by cancer.
Will you join us in standing with 28 million survivors this October 2 on LIVESTRONG Day? The event we’ll be holding at our HQ is a tailgate party for the infamous Texas vs. Oklahoma rivalry game. We’ll be inviting staff, volunteers, partners, donors, and survivors to come watch the game and be a part of our global awareness day. I’m writing to you for a special request. We hold the date 10/2 very close to our hearts, and we’d like to be able to have yellow and black jerseys with the numbers 10 (on the front) and 2 (on the back) to wear during this event in support of our mission.
Together we can work toward our goal of a world without cancer.
Team Red, White, and Blue (RWB) is a brand new 501c(3) charity whose mission is to raise awareness and funds to support wounded veterans after they have received medical care. Team RWB will raise funds and awareness through participation in endurance sports, specifically marathons, ultra-marathons, and triathlons. I am the Team RWB Triathlon team captain. The Triathlon Team is literally at ground zero right now and recruiting athletes to participate in a variety of triathlon events for the remainder of this year, and especially for 2011. As we recruit athletes, and most importantly, get the Team RWB name out and about, it's important for people to SEE it. One of the best ways for people to see us is to wear our Team colors and logo proudly. The $250 of LogoSportswear gear would go an incredibly long way in helping us give our brand new athletes (who are signing on board, not for what they can get, but for what they can give and raise for our wounded veteran heroes) some team colors to wear.
*Note- Find "RWB Triathlon Team" on Facebook or go to our Share and Sell store to get your RWB gear.
Freeland's home football game on September 17th is known as the "Clash for a Cure." Freeland is a small community in the state of Michigan with approximately 5,000 residents. This is an event to raise money for breast cancer. The football players will be wearing pink jerseys, pink gloves, and pink socks during their game. The Freeland Pompon Team, which we represent, will also be performing in the pink jerseys that we are currently ordering from your company. The football players and pompon girls will be playing in honor/memory of a cancer survivor or victim. After the game, each of their jerseys will be given to this person or to the family of this person. Members of the football team and pompon squad will also be escorted onto the field by this person who has survived cancer or by their family. We are selling t-shirts to help raise money for the cause, and have activities set up for the day of the game, such as a dunk tank, 50/50 raffle, Chinese auction, and bake sale. Furthermore, the proceeds from the concession stand during the game will also be donated to this great cause. In our continuing effort to help in our community, we are also hosting a blood drive in memory of a local business owner who lost her battle with breast cancer. This has become a large community event, and we are extremely excited to be a part of it, as this is the first of what will become an annual event. Our team members are very excited to be honoring family, friends, and their community by performing for someone who has fought cancer. Freeland's graduating class of this year, 2010, along with the upcoming class, 2011, have both lost students to cancer. The class of 2006 also encountered such a loss, so cancer has certainly impacted our town and caused our community members to become actively involved in our "Clash for a Cure." Therefore, we are looking for any and all ways to make this event a huge success. Your assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Azarel Outreach Inc. is a tax exempt 501©3 organization that was formed in 2003 as a youth mentoring program that focuses on Community, Education and Training in the community with an emphasis on Stewardship.
Youth will utilize their talents in stewardship plays, talent shows, assisting the older generation with technology, and complete Community service projects in the community.
Partnership with Collins Academy to provide GED classes, Partner with area Colleges for volunteer tutors. Teen Parent Mentoring Program & Teen Outreach Program for teens in the Marion County and surrounding counties.
OJT to create jobs in the community utilizing a Youthbuild & AmeriCorp program. This will include Construction, Medical Billing/Coding, Recruiting, CAD Drafting, and Hospitality training.
We should be chosen because we are very passionate about our purpose and would love to reach out to our youth.
We are a foundation/charity that raises money for children with brain tumors, and we supply them with comfort baskets to help make their hospital stay as comfortable as possible. We also help their families with bills and offer gift cards to be used at the hospital for food/phone/parking etc. My wife and I started this foundation after our 9 year old daughter lost her battle with brain cancer. We were helped by a few organizations and feel that more of these charities are needed.
Sophies Heart was created to offer hope and support services to children and their families affected by congenital heart defects, while at the same time improving the quality of life for these children and promoting public awareness in our community.
We help families with meals, gas, transportation, and lodging while their children receive care at nearby Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital in Palo Alto, CA. Many families have to stay at the Ronald McDonald House nearest to the hospital as they come from all parts of the United States. Many times there is a wait list and families do not have enough money for lodging and sleep at the hospital or in their cars. Some many families come to the Ronald McDonald House with no money, food and will stay for months during their child’s care, away from other family and from work.
Sophies Heart is a volunteer based organization whereby 100% of our proceeds goes back to assisting the families we serve. We are committed to helping parents who struggle emotionally and financially to care for their children in their time of need.
The donation allowed Sophies Heart to support our cause at a recent event that raised almost $5733.00! Here are our volunteers sporting our t's.
The POP (Protecting Our Planet) Recycling Team is a group of volunteer students who dedicate their "social time" to picking up recyclable materials from classrooms in the mornings and during recess break times.
These students work hard picking up several materials such as paper, cardboard, newspaper, aluminum cans, and plastic bottles to put into large rolling cart bins. These students need to have a visible work vest/cap to wear while they are traveling in the hallways and classrooms for recognition and safety purposes. These students work hard to help our school develop the habits needed to foster a healthy, green environment and will reduce the amount of waste thrown into the landfill.
We are an all-volunteer American Cocker Spaniel Rescue that strives to re-home abandoned, abused, or needy cockers. We have a passion for the seniors and the vision and hearing impaired dogs. We are a 501c3 organization and are dependent solely on donations from our supporters. If we were chosen for this award it would be a wonderful way to raise more money with offering Logo products.
Prudence Crandall Center is a nonprofit organization that offers comprehensive services to victims of domestic violence. Those services include counseling, 24hr hotline, support groups, legal advocacy, emergency shelter, supportive housing, information and referrals, and community education. Their mission is to provide caring support, beneficial information, and individual advocacy to women, men, and children affected by domestic violence.
The organization is hosting an October event to honor National Domestic Violence Awareness month. Having Logo products to sell will offer the organization a great fundraising opportunity.
Stacey’s 2-year old nephew has just been diagnosed this week with A.L.L (T-Cell) Leukemia. He is now very ill and his family is trying to help the family pay for extensive medical bills. We are all pulling for Brennen and his family... please throw out a few prayers for Brennen. Better yet go to his LogoSportswear Share and Sell store and support the cause
Due to today’s economic conditions we have found that more people are shopping at our Goodwill Stores but we are getting less donations because people are holding onto their clothing longer.
For over 5-years LogoSportswear.com has annually donated large quantities of sportswear to help the Goodwill mission to enhance employment, educational, social and recreational opportunities for people with disabilities and other challenges.
-- Richard Borer President, Easter Seals Goodwill Industries, New Haven
We are committed to offering the best service, at the best price! We will beat any published competitive quote for charity fundraiser t-shirts and charity fundraiser tshirts. Normal turnaround is two weeks from logo approval. Rush delivery available at higher rates.
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