The students, parents and teachers who participated in this campaign by visiting our Web site were very receptive and participated by voting daily.
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Farmington, CT (PRWEB) October 28, 2010
A national school fundraising company recruited "clicks" from students, teachers, parents and supporters who visit its Web site to drive a campaign to help the National Wildlife Federation and their efforts to aid animals at risk in the Gulf of Mexico.
ArtStamps, a fundraising company based in Farmington, CT, that lets students/children design their own official US postage stamps using original artwork, invited its Web site visitors to vote online for their favorite stamps designs. During the month of September, ArtStamps pledged to donate $ .10 for every online vote to bring awareness and support to the dire needs of animals in the Gulf due to the oil spill.
"Part of ArtStamp's philosophy is to give back to the community. We knew the idea of connecting our online Art Gallery stamp voting with raising money and appreciation for the National Wildlife Federation would work well," says George Castineiras, president and founder of ArtStamps. "The students, parents and teachers who participated in this campaign by visiting our Web site were very receptive and participated by voting daily."
ArtStamps received 5391 stamp design votes in total during September, which translated into a donation of $539.10 to the National Wildlife Federation.
In addition to creating stamps, ArtStamps, schools, groups or individuals can customize over 500 other products using photos and other images for fundraising purposes. For more information about ArtStamps, visit http://www.ArtStamps.com or call (877) 4 A STAMP.
Based in Farmington, Connecticut, ArtStamps is a privately held company that believes in supporting the inherent creativity of youth by allowing them to experience school fundraising in unique and extraordinary way. Its patent-pending fundraising process lets schools conduct fundraising that is safe, healthy and creative by converting original student art into U.S. postage and applying photos or other images to stationery and an array of other products. More information about ArtStamps can be found at http://www.ArtStamps.com or by calling (877) 4 A STAMP.