Docucopies.com Spotlights Non-Profits and Charities They Support on their Website

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The online digital color printing doubles down on their ongoing support of non-profits and charities by spotlighting them on their website.

Docucopies has a proud history of philanthropy and will spotlight organization they support on their website beginning in November.

Docucopies has a proud history of philanthropy and will spotlight organization they support on their website beginning in November.

We don't want to just throw money at something that sounds good and say we've done our part. We want to know where money is actually going and how much is being received by the people who need it.

Beginning in November, the online digital printing company Docucopies.com will begin prominently spotlighting various non-profits and charities they sponsor on their website in an attempt to raise awareness of each cause.

This is a significant expansion on their commitment to philanthropy, which they've demonstrated with their support of numerous and diverse organizations throughout their existence.

As David Pressley, the company’s president and CEO, puts it:

"It's a moral duty for profitable companies such as ours to give back to society. We know how lucky we are as a successful company and as individuals, and we're happy to share some of our success by helping organizations and individuals who truly need it."

Pressley's son, Roe, works in public relationships, social media and customer service for Docucopies.com. As part of this new endeavor, he now enjoys the privilege of brainstorming and researching organizations to bring before the management board for potential spotlight and sponsorship.

"Not all charities are created equal," says the younger Pressley. "We don't want to just throw money at something that sounds good and say we've done our part. We want to know where money is actually going and how much is being received by the people who need it versus how much is lost to various fees and salaries of people who work for the organization."

Their record of social responsibility speaks for itself. Over the years, Docucopies have supported the following:

  • Urban Arts Academy – a free after-school and summer arts program for at-risk youth in South Minneapolis, with hands-on programs including guided arts creation and homework help
  • Perpich Center for Arts Education – a professional development institute and free public high school serving youth from across Minnesota with a focus on the arts
  • 5 Cities Swim Club, a swim school for children in San Luis Obispo County, California
  • The Retreat – a drug and alcohol addiction treatment program in Minnesota
  • WOJB – Native American Public Radio based in Lac Courte de Oreilles, Wisc.
  • Secondhand Hounds, which provides temporary homes and adoption services for dogs
  • Team Emily Brown, the US Women’s Curling Team who would go on to become Team USA in the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, Russia
  • The Humane Society
  • The Tuolumne River Trust, a conservation and education program based in San Francisco
  • WISEPlace, a women’s shelter and support program for abused and homeless women, based in Santa Ana, Calif.
  • The Women’s Shelter Program of San Luis Obispo, Calif.
  • Fire/EMS Departments in Hudson, Wisc., and Winter, Wisc.
  • The Epilepsy Foundation of Minnesota
  • Toys for Joy
  • Christian Food Cupboard
  • Children's Miracle Network
  • The American Diabetes Association

For more information on Docucopies.com and their digital color printing, including color copies, flyers, brochures, books, booklets, postcards, bulk mailing, VDP, and now large-format printing, visit them online at http://www.Docucopies.com.

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