Pledges to Help 300 Non-Profits this Year; 'Thanks for Doing Good’ Reaches Grassroots Groups

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Canvas on Demand is giving away $30,000 worth of photos on canvas for non-profits to raise funds.

Canvas on Demand the company that turns photographs into canvas artwork, is excited to announce the company’s latest philanthropic program, Thanks For Doing Good. Intended to help Canvas on Demand customers, family and friends support their favorite non-profit organizations, the program is on track to donate $30,000 in photo to canvas artwork over the next 12 months.

The program is simple: Canvas on Demand customers interested in obtaining fundraising items for their favorite group—churches, schools, animal shelters and other worthy causes—need only to visit, click on the “thanks for doing good” link and complete an online application. Upon approval, Canvas on Demand will donate a $100 voucher, to be used for raffles or silent auctions. The voucher is good for any photo on canvas product at or In addition to the voucher an 11 x 14 light brushstroke sample canvas and a descriptive table tent will be included. Twenty-five $100 gift certificates will be donated on a per month basis until August 2007.

Canvas On Demand Co-founders, Joe Schmidt and Tom Lotrecchiano believe in the “Doing well by doing good” philosophy. They’re committed to using their marketing resources to serve the greater good, all-the-while building awareness for their product and their company.

“We want to take the time to show our appreciation for our customers, their families and friends,” says Joe Schmidt, Canvas On Demand co-founder and president. “We know how important these grassroots organizations are to a community and we want to help support them as best we can by saying ‘Thanks for doing good’.”

Visit for details and requirements for the “Thanks for doing good” program.

About Canvas on Demand

Located in Durham, NC, Canvas on Demand is the leading provider of canvas photo reproductions. Canvas on Demand gives any photograph, digital or print, the look and feel of a real ‘oil on canvas’ painting. Artists use digital effects to create the Light BrushstrokesTM that make a canvas painting so special. New technology also allows the Canvas on Demand artists to restore, alter or colorize photos. Friendly, helpful customer service representatives are available to help via the Internet or telephone. Visit or call 1-877-7CANVAS (1-877-722-6827).

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