Austin Marketing Firm Doubles Annual Nonprofit Grant

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Cartis Group, an Austin-based branding-driven advertising and design agency, will award a $50,000 creative services grant – twice the value of last year’s grant – to an Austin-area nonprofit organization that is committed to making a difference.

Cartis Group, an Austin-based branding-driven advertising and design agency, will award a $50,000 creative services grant – twice the value of last year’s grant – to an Austin-area nonprofit organization that is committed to making a difference. The grant will be applied to the development of creative advertising and other marketing communications designed to build awareness in the marketplace of the organization.

Following the great success of last year’s Cartis Group Grant, Cartis Group has doubled the value of the grant in hopes of offering even more creative assistance to a struggling organization. “This RFP process is an excellent way to match our creative services with a great cause and to give back to the community in which we live,” said Cartis Group President and Chief Creative Officer, Shannon Carter. “Depending on our work load at the time, we may or may not be able to take on pro bono projects that are requested throughout the year. By offering the Cartis Group Grant, it allows us to make time for the project and match up with an organization we can help the most. By doubling the value of the grant this year, we hope to provide an even greater, exciting creative project to an organization that may have otherwise missed.”

Eligible nonprofits are asked to submit information on their marketing challenges and goals, as well as how Cartis Group can help them achieve those goals. Interested applicants should go to http://www.cartisgroup.com/rfp for more information and to download the complete RFP. Proposals must be received by April 21, 2006 for consideration.

For more information, please contact:

Jessica Tonahill

3011 N. Lamar

Austin, TX 78705

512.476.2600

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