Allegra Cincinnati FootPRINT Fund Awards $6,000 in Marketing Services to Three Local Nonprofits

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Allegra Marketing | Print | Mail in Cincinnati awarded marketing services valued at $6,000 to three local nonprofits through its 2014 FootPRINT Fund program.

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This year’s award winners earned these services through their commitment to Cincinnati’s population and quality of life.

Allegra Marketing | Print | Mail in Cincinnati has awarded marketing services services valued at $6,000 to three Hamilton County nonprofits through its 2014 FootPRINT Fund awards program, created to help qualified nonprofits seeking funds for graphic design, printing, interior signage and communications services. Nonprofits compete for funding in one of three categories by defining the services they need and how the funds would be used to further their organization’s goals. The three categories are:

  • Service Expansion:

Use of Allegra’s services to contribute to expanding the organization’s awareness or existing service projects.

  • Program Enhancements:

Use of Allegra’s services to further promote new programs or projects.

  • Leveraged Efforts:

Use of Allegra’s services to increase the impact of other existing resources.

Allegra FootPRINT Award recipients for 2014 include:

The Center for Independent Living Options, Covington, Kentucky: $3,000
One Way Farm of Fairfield, Ohio: $2,000
Kings Food Pantry, South Lebanon, Ohio: $1,000

“Allegra is a proud supporter of Cincinnati’s charitable organizations, and our FootPRINT Fund program is just one way our company can contribute to the community by reaching out to its nonprofits,” says Allegra Cincinnati President Steve Kapuscinski. “This year’s award winners earned these services through their commitment to Cincinnati’s population and quality of life.”

A review panel selected the three award winners from a pool of worthy applicants based on how well each met the competition’s guidelines, and each organization’s ability to show innovation and resourcefulness. Allegra will provide each winner with marketing services according to their needs.

Allegra launched the FootPRINT Fund® in 2011 as part of its Community Care Campaign, developed to help unite and strengthen local communities by assisting eligible nonprofit organizations and associations increase awareness and local support.

To be considered for a FootPRINT Fund® award, nonprofit groups, associations and charitable organizations with a main office or branch in Hamilton County, Ohio can simply submit a completed application through the Allegra Cincinnati website.

To learn more the Allegra website, Email, or call (513) 554-1797 office.

About Allegra Marketing | Print | Mail

Allegra Cincinnati is an independently owned and operated member of the Allegra Network, one of the world’s largest business-to-business (B2B) franchises. Allegra’s Cincinnati branch is owned and led by Steve Kapuscinski, an engineer and business development specialist.

Allegra has been helping small and medium-size businesses and non-profits reach the right audiences through specialized tools that take advantage of the new channels, technology and products available to marketers. Allegra offers award-winning design services, engaging writing services, web development, marketing expertise and custom printing services.

The creative experts at Allegra partner with clients to customize strategies that grow companies and organizations. A one-stop local resource for all marketing and communications needs, Allegra is backed by the accumulated experience of more than 500 sister companies generating more than $300 million in sales and a portfolio showcasing thousands of marketing successes in a wide variety of industries.


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