Corporate Social Responsibility - CSR, Medical

The Foot Pain Center Announces the 28th Annual Shoe Drive for the Homeless

Author: Foot Pain Center
Dateline: Seal Beach, California (SEAL BEACH, Calif.)  | Thu, 17 May 2012

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “Since 1984 Dr. Marc Spitz of the Foot Pain Center has been conducting a Shoe Drive to distribute thousands of shoes to local homeless shelters in Long Beach and Orange County. The 28th annual Shoe Drive takes place June 11-15, 2012.”



A R T I C L E:

Since 1984 Dr. Marc Spitz of the Foot Pain Center has been conducting a Shoe Drive to distribute thousands of shoes to local homeless shelters in Long Beach and Orange County. The 28th annual Shoe Drive takes place June 11-15, 2012.

Dr. Spitz started the Shoe Drive program after hearing from his patients - especially from women - they often had a closet full of shoes in excellent condition that were no longer being worn.

"I thought that these shoes could be put to good use at homeless shelters. Many residents of these shelters suffer from a wide variety of foot problems from wearing improper shoes - conditions like bunions, corns, calluses and heel pain. Some have diabetes and peripheral neuropathy which is particularly dangerous if the wrong shoe style or size is worn," says Dr. Spitz.

Following the Shoe Drive, Dr. Spitz resumes his regular duties as the director of the Foot Pain Center and CEO of Footpaincenter.com - a company that provides information on foot pain, foot conditions, and comfort and performance footwear; and foot health for diabetes.

"The Shoe Drive has been an incredibly rewarding experience. Since its inception we have donated over 30,000 shoes to homeless shelters. The donated shoes provide comfort and protection and in some cases the dressier shoes are worn for job interviews."

Information about the Shoe Drive: June 11-15, 2012 - shoes in good condition should be dropped off at the Foot Pain Center: 1920 St. Andrews Drive, Seal Beach, CA 90740

About Dr. Marc Spitz:

Dr. Spitz is a well known author and lecturer and a leading podiatrist in Southern California. He graduated from The California College of Podiatric Medicine in 1973 and was the chief podiatry resident at Magnolia Hospital in Long Beach California. He is the co-author of "The Numb Foot Book" (ISBN: 978-0978182052), a guide to the diagnosis and treatment of peripheral neuropathy. His recently published article, alternative treatment options for the management of diabetic neuropathy, appeared in the Pain Practitioner - the Journal for the American Academy of Pain Management.

For more information, visit: www.footpaincenter.com or www.DrMarcSpitz.com .

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Corporate Social Responsibility - CSR, General Editorial, Home and Garden

Small Business Owner Gives Back to Community and Collects 2,000 Pounds of Food in Three Months

Author: KC's 23 1/2 Hour Plumbing Inc.
Dateline: Palm Springs, California (PALM SPRINGS, Calif.)  | Tue, 15 May 2012

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “KC's 23 1/2 Hour Plumbing, Inc., a Palm Springs plumbing contractor, announced this week that it has now reached the three-ton mark in collecting food for community donations. This past ton was collected within three months.”



A R T I C L E:

KC's 23 1/2 Hour Plumbing, Inc., a Palm Springs plumbing contractor, announced this week that it has now reached the three-ton mark in collecting food for community donations. This past ton was collected within three months.

"We've had such a public outpouring of food donations," Kelly Russum, president, KC's 23 1/2 Hour Plumbing Inc., says. "We donate all of the food to Martha's Village & Kitchen and they help to distribute to those people in need. However, we always need more. The more the public gets involved, the more food we have to help those people right in our own backyard."

Jimmica Guess, Community Relations Manager for the Mission Advancement Team at Martha's Village & Kitchen, explains that the food boxes are used for distribution through the emergency services department.

"There are many people at the poverty level in the community who will need assistance with food from time to time. We provide them with enough food for three to four days for whatever number of people they have in their family," Guess says. "They can receive one box every 60 days."

Products in the food boxes include items such as canned meats, soups, grains, cereal and peanut butter.

KC's makes it easy for people to donate. They can stop into their office, or even give food to a driver who is in their area. Additionally, monetary donations are also accepted and KC's will purchase food with the money.

"I've been lucky enough to build and sustain a successful business in this community," Russum says. "Now, it's time to give back to the community that has made it possible. Everyone needs helps every now and again and it's our goal to see that they get it."

Food drives take place year round and after each ton is collected, it is boxed and donated.

About KC's 23 1/2 Hour Plumbing, Inc.:

In business for 30 years, KC's 23 1/2 Hour Plumbing, Inc. is a full-service Palm Springs plumbing contractor that services and installs complete plumbing systems. The company provides 24-hour emergency service, seven days per week.

Its motto says it all: "We're the good guys your friends told you about."

For more information, visit: www.Kcs23.com .

About Martha's Village & Kitchen:

Martha's Village & Kitchen, a partner of Father Joe's Villages, was founded in 1990 and is the largest provider of comprehensive homeless services in Riverside County. In addition to continuum of care services, it also provides services to the community through emergency services such as food boxes, clothing vouchers, infant supplies, utility, transportation and rent assistance and a daily public meal.

For more information, visit: www.mvk.org .

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Corporate Social Responsibility - CSR, Transportation

National Moving Company Commits to Fight Hunger – Mango Moving Joins Move For Hunger

Author: Move For Hunger
Dateline: Kansas City, Missouri (KANSAS CITY, Mo.)  | Wed, 02 May 2012

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “Move For Hunger is proud to announce their recent partnership with Mango Moving at the Signature Level. Mango Moving LLC, a Kansas City-based national moving company, has committed to support Move For Hunger's fight against hunger through a generous financial contribution.”



A R T I C L E:

Move For Hunger is proud to announce their recent partnership with Mango Moving at the Signature Level. Mango Moving LLC, a Kansas City-based national moving company, has committed to support Move For Hunger's fight against hunger through a generous financial contribution.

Move For Hunger is a non-profit organization that works with moving companies and other members of the relocation industry to combat the growing hunger problem in the United States. Many people throw out a good deal of "stuff" when they move. Unfortunately, that "stuff" often includes food that could be delivered to a family in need rather than thrown away.

In partnering with Move for Hunger, Mango Moving will provide their customers with services to donate any food items that they won't be moving instead of disposing of them. Mango will pack and deliver the food directly to Harvesters Community Food Network or a local food bank at no cost to the customer.

"Moving can be a stressful process. The Move for Hunger program gives customers a way to simplify part of the moving and packing process while giving them an opportunity to help families in need," said Mango Moving COO, Robert Vespa. "We're proud to be teaming up with such a great organization and a worthy cause."

"We are so happy to have Mango Moving join the Move For Hunger family for 2012," said Gavin Christiansen, Director of Operations at Move For Hunger. "Their commitment to ending hunger will help provide life saving meals for the most vulnerable in the Kansas City area."

About Move For Hunger:

Move For Hunger is a non-profit organization that works with relocation companies across the country to pick up unwanted, unopened food from those who are moving and deliver it to local food banks across the country. To date, Move For Hunger is working with over 250 movers in 40 states and has collected more than 420,000 pounds of food. For more information or to find out how you can help support Move For Hunger, visit www.MoveForHunger.org and make an online donation to help our hunger relief efforts.

About Mango Moving:

Mango Moving, LLC, is a fully licensed and insured nationwide moving company and leading provider of affordable moving services and storage solutions. Working directly with our network of experienced transportation, packing and loading professionals, Mango can coordinate every aspect of your move or just the pieces that fit your needs to provide you with the very best moving experience. Every Mango move is backed by our exclusive Best Price, On-Time Guarantee, ensuring that a Mango move will be the best move you can make. For more information, visit www.mangomoving.com .

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Corporate Social Responsibility - CSR

For the 4th Year in a Row, Mueller Offers a Metal Building to a Deserving Texas Non-Profit Organization

Author: Mueller, Inc.
Dateline: Ballinger, Texas (BALLINGER, Texas)  | Fri, 20 Apr 2012

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “Mueller, Inc., a leading manufacturer of steel buildings and residential metal roofing, wants to extend a helping hand again this year to a Texas non-profit in need of a new facility. The campaign is called 'Helping Hand.' One organization will be selected to receive a new Mueller steel building up to 4,000 square feet through applications received by June 1, 2012.”



A R T I C L E:

Mueller, Inc., a leading manufacturer of steel buildings and residential metal roofing, wants to extend a helping hand again this year to a Texas non-profit in need of a new facility. The campaign is called "Helping Hand." One organization will be selected to receive a new Mueller steel building up to 4,000 square feet through applications received by June 1, 2012.

Because of today's economic environment, Mueller wants to give something back to a struggling organization that always gives to others, whether it is a food bank facility, a volunteer firehouse, or maybe a senior citizen center.

Upon making the announcement, Mike Fry, director of marketing for Mueller (www.muellerinc.com) said, "With a large amount of applications received annually for our Helping Hand contest, it is apparent that there are many struggling organizations right here in Texas. We are glad to help the recipient change lives - now and for many years to come."

For the 4th straight year, Mueller is teaming up with the popular television series, "Texas Country Reporter" with Bob Phillips to publicize this offering. Viewers of the program representing non-profit organizations will be invited to write in and explain why their organization is worthy of receiving a Mueller steel building. The winner will be announced on the television show this fall.

The non-profit Titus County Cares was awarded the first Mueller building. Titus County Cares serves hundreds of people by offering services such as a food bank, clothing, utility bill assistance and their unique "back-pack program" which provides weekend food for school-children of low-income families. The second recipient was the City of Buckholts and surrounding areas.

The campaign built a new facility to house trucks and equipment for the Buckholts Volunteer Fire Department. The third recipient of the Mueller Helping Hand building was West Texas Gifts of Hope. This non-profit organization benefits cancer patients and their families in an enormous area of west Texas by providing free overnight accommodations for patients who must travel great distances to receive chemo-therapy in Odessa, Texas.

For complete contest rules and entry form visit www.texascountryreporter.com and click on "Helping Hand." A complete listing of the days and times the show airs in cities across Texas is also on the program's web site.

For more information on the Helping Hand program visit: http://www.muellerinc.com/whats-new/helping-hand .

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Corporate Social Responsibility - CSR

e2b teknologies Participates in National Keep America Beautiful Month Through Environmental Activities and Donations

Author: e2b teknologies
Dateline: Chardon, Ohio (CHARDON, Ohio)  | Tue, 03 Apr 2012

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “ERP business software solution provider and developer e2b teknologies (www.e2btek.com) is participating in National Keep America Beautiful Month, as well as National Volunteer Week, for the month of April. e2b will be participating in the Adopt-A-Highway program to clean-up roadside litter and has made a $500 donation to the Holden Arboretum.”



A R T I C L E:

ERP business software solution provider and developer e2b teknologies is participating in "National Keep America Beautiful Month," as well as "National Volunteer Week," for the month of April. e2b will be participating in the Adopt-A-Highway program to clean-up roadside litter and has made a $500 donation to the Holden Arboretum. e2b will also participate in a clean-up event at the Holden Arboretum on Earth Day, April 22.

With the increase of roadside rubbish, America's beauty has been getting cluttered right under our spacious skies. To help keep America beautiful, e2b teknologies will be adopting a stretch of highway, volunteering to clean the area around it. Each year, the Ohio Department of Transportation spends $4 million and over 200,000 hours on litter pick up alone. Litter is a preventable problem, and the money spent on its removal could be spent on other community benefits. With volunteers such as e2b teknologies, this unnecessary use of time, money and resources is not as great.

In addition to keeping the street neat, e2b teknologies' employees will be volunteering to clean up the Holden Arboretum in Kirtland and has made a $500 donation to the park to help retain its natural beauty. This event will be followed by an employee potluck picnic on Earth Day, Sunday April 22, 2012.

"There is a huge negative impact on the environment that can be avoided," said e2b teknologies' President Lynne Henslee. "We have a moral obligation as human beings to right these wrongs, and this obligation is deeper than merely the interests of our company. It coincides with the interests of our local and global communities and the world we entrust to our children."

About e2b teknologies:

e2b teknologies (www.e2btek.com) provides ERP accounting software for distribution, manufacturing, and service companies. Anytime Collect (www.anytimecollect.com) collections management and e2b 500 are delivered through its e2b software division. e2b software (www.e2bsoft.com) also provides custom cloud-based business application development services. e2b calibration (www.e2bcal.com) is an ISO/IEC 17025 accredited calibration laboratory.

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Corporate Social Responsibility - CSR, Insurance

Financial Foundation Group – Making a Sterile Environment Fun for Kids

Author: Financial Foundation Group
Dateline: Denver, Colorado (DENVER, Colo.)  | Tue, 27 Mar 2012

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “The Financial Foundation Group, also known as FFG, spends the typical work week helping people review their retirement accounts, college savings, investment safety, and life insurance needs. As the New Year began, the representatives of FFG were looking for a different way to help others and decided to brighten the day for some children who were not feeling their best.”



A R T I C L E:

The Financial Foundation Group, also known as FFG, spends the typical work week helping people review their retirement accounts, college savings, investment safety, and life insurance needs. As the New Year began, the representatives of FFG were looking for a different way to help others and decided to brighten the day for some children who were not feeling their best. As a company, the Financial Foundation Group feels that donating their time is one of the best ways to help the community.

On February 17, the reps of both Financial Foundation Group's Loveland and Lone Tree offices took the day off to go to the Children Hospital and work with the young patients of the hospital as well as their parents to make Valentines decorations for their loved ones, their rooms, or even just to pass the time and enjoy the season doing crafts.

"It was so rewarding to be able to help make the kids' day brighter with decorations for their hospital rooms," Mandy Cannon, Senior Supervisor with FFG, explains. "Some children were unable to come down from their rooms so their sibling came for them. The parents were so grateful and the kids seemed entertained and excited to be able to do crafts."

The Representatives of the Financial Foundation Group put their heads together for craft ideas that would be easy and fun for the hospitalized children to make. There were different stations including Valentine card making, picture ornaments, and a Valentine's coloring station. Simply using all the decorations, glitter glue, and stickers to be creative and make their own cards was the biggest hit with the children!

In 2002, the Financial Foundation Group through an affiliated company opened its doors with just three people. FFG has experienced a phenomenal growth rate over the past few years and today they have grown to have 4 offices, and approximately 50 people affiliated with the organization.

"As a company I feel we are able to continue to grow because of the dedication our representatives have to making a bright future, no matter what situation people are in or troubles our economy faces. It is so exciting for us to be able to add value to people's life both in and out of the office," Ms. Cannon adds.

The Financial Foundation Group's mission is to become a nationwide leader in the financial services industry. They have experienced a phenomenal growth rate over the past few years and plan to continue the trend. The knowledgeable staff at FFG has access to a wide array of investment products and can provide assistance with providing life insurance choices and wealth building strategies to suit each individual client's needs.

Currently, the Loveland and Lone Tree offices are offering employment opportunities to motivated individuals looking to advance rapidly through their management trainee program to help further expand the company.

The company's web site - www.FinancialFoundationGroup.com - has current market information and summaries for clients to review.

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Corporate Social Responsibility - CSR, Taxes and Accounting

e2b teknologies Supports Three Charities During Child Life Month

Author: e2b teknologies
Dateline: Chardon, Ohio (CHARDON, Ohio)  | Thu, 01 Mar 2012

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “ERP business software solution provider and developer e2b teknologies (www.e2btek.com) is supporting three charities in recognition of Child Life Month which is March. Charitable activities and events include an annual sponsorship of two children through Save the Children Foundation, participation in the Big Brothers and Big Sisters Bowl for Kids Sake, and a recently completed Tackle The Tower fundraiser for the Ronald McDonald House charities.”



A R T I C L E:

ERP business software solution provider and developer e2b teknologies (www.e2btek.com) is supporting three charities in recognition of Child Life Month which is March. Charitable activities and events include an annual sponsorship of two children through Save the Children Foundation, participation in the Big Brothers and Big Sisters Bowl for Kids Sake, and a recently completed Tackle The Tower fundraiser for the Ronald McDonald House charities.

With millions hungry abroad and domestically, e2b teknologies is teaming up with Save the Children Foundation to help sponsor two children. Employees are collectively sponsoring a young boy domestically and the company is matching that by sponsoring a young girl in El Salvador. The cost to sponsor a child is only $28 per month. With nine out of every ten dollars of charitable donations going toward programs and services for children and families in desperate need, Save the Children ranks among the top nonprofits globally in using donations efficiently and effectively.

On March 11, e2b teknologies will be participating in the 2012 Bowl for Kids Sake benefiting Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Northeast Ohio. As a Helping Hands sponsor for the event, e2b will field three teams - The Collect Crew, ERP Posse, and Calibration Lab Rats - raising over $1,000 for the children served by BBBS Northeast Ohio.

"As a smaller business we can't save the world but we are compelled to fulfill our moral obligations to do our part locally, domestically, and internationally," said e2b teknologies President Lynne Henslee. "We see the tremendous impact that Save the Children and Big Brothers and Big Sisters have in our community and internationally. As a sponsor of these two organizations we can enjoy time together while making a big difference in the lives of a few underprivileged children at the same time."

In February, e2b teknologies sponsored employees Shaun Yerkic and Kate Mullen who participated in "Tackle the Tower" benefiting Ronald McDonald House charities. The event featured participants racing up 37 flights of stairs at the Tower of Erieview which is connected to the Galleria shopping mall in Cleveland.

"I am proud of the work our team does for the businesses we serve, but it is equally rewarding to see the support and the enthusiasm our employees have for giving to those in need," said Henslee.

About e2b teknologies:

e2b teknologies (www.e2btek.com) provides ERP business software for distribution, manufacturing, and service companies. Anytime Collect (www.anytimecollect.com) accounts receivable collections software and e2b 500 supply chain management solutions are delivered through its e2b software division. e2b software (www.e2bsoft.com) also provides custom cloud business software development services. e2b calibration (www.e2bcal.com) provides test equipment calibration and repair services.

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Corporate Social Responsibility - CSR

DocMagic Provides New ‘Sergeant Doc’ Bunny to Thousands of Children

Author: DocMagic, Inc.
Dateline: Carson, California (CARSON, Calif.)  | Fri, 03 Feb 2012

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “DocMagic, Inc., the mortgage industry's leading provider of automated loan document production and compliance solutions, announced that it has teamed with the 315th U.S. Army Tactical Company to distribute this year's new DocMagic Bunny Sergeant Doc to local children and their families. The bunny is dressed in regulation military clothing as a tribute to the men and women who serve this country and the families that eagerly wait for their return.”



A R T I C L E:

DocMagic, Inc., the mortgage industry's leading provider of automated loan document production and compliance solutions, announced that it has teamed with the 315th U.S. Army Tactical Company to distribute this year's new DocMagic Bunny "Sergeant Doc" to local children and their families. The bunny is dressed in regulation military clothing as a tribute to the men and women who serve this country and the families that eagerly wait for their return.

Each year DocMagic delivers thousands of bunnies to its customers. The DocMagic Bunny is a staple of the company's brand and every year the employees at DocMagic participate in a contest to pick the theme. For 2012, the employees overwhelmingly chose to show support for our country's troops by outfitting Doc in regulation military fatigues proudly displaying the American flag and equipping him with a GPS device.

"Sergeant Doc was specifically created to honor the men and women who serve in the armed forces," said Dominic Iannitti. "They and their families make enormous sacrifices and we wanted to show our appreciation. We are pleased that the 315th U.S. Army Tactical Company was able to help connect us with the families of those who serve. We are additionally gratified by the enthusiastic response from our customers, who have phoned and written to thank us for honoring our nation's true heroes."

With the help of the 315th, Sergeant Doc is being distributed to schools, youth organizations, churches and parks as well as the children and families of those deployed. These contributions are in keeping with the finest military traditions of the United States Army, which greatly appreciates the support of companies like DocMagic. The campaign began during the holiday season and is now continuing into the New Year.

About DocMagic:

Founded in 1988 and headquartered in Carson, Calif., DocMagic, Inc., is a mortgage technology company that develops software, processes and web-based systems for the production and delivery of compliant loan document packages. DocMagic provides compliance expertise regarding the completion of all applicable forms and both guarantees and warrants that all agency forms are up-to-date and in compliance with GSE requirements. DocMagic's compliance experts and in-house legal staff constantly monitor legal and regulatory changes at both the federal and state levels to insure accuracy.

For more information on DocMagic, visit our website at http://www.docmagic.com .

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Non-Profit Nominated for $1 Million Grant for American Giving Awards

Author: Move For Hunger
Dateline: Neptune, New Jersey (NEPTUNE, N.J.)  | Tue, 29 Nov 2011

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “Move For Hunger, a non-profit that works with moving companies to collect food for local food banks, is nominated as one of just five finalists for the American Giving Awards presented by Chase, putting the charity in the running for a $1,000,000 grant. The American Giving Awards allows fans of Chase to choose which organizations receive funding through the Chase Community Giving platform on Facebook.”



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Move For Hunger, a non-profit that works with moving companies to collect food for local food banks, is nominated as one of just five finalists for the American Giving Awards presented by Chase, putting the charity in the running for a $1,000,000 grant. The American Giving Awards allows fans of Chase to choose which organizations receive funding through the Chase Community Giving platform on Facebook.

The presentation of the American Giving Awards grants will air on NBC on December 10, 2011 and will be hosted by 22-time Emmy Award Winner Bob Costas.

Voting for the awards runs from Dec. 1 through Dec. 8, 2011 and directly determines the size of the grant each charity will receive. Fans of Move For Hunger can vote for the charity by visiting - http://facebook.com/ChaseCommunityGiving - and clicking the "American Giving Awards" link in the left side of the screen. Then clicking the "Vote" button under the "Move For Hunger" section.

"This is the biggest thing that has ever happened for Move For Hunger," says Adam Lowy, executive director of Move For Hunger. "To receive national recognition on this scale is truly amazing for an organization as young as ours. The money will go a long way towards expanding our network of movers to reach our goal of delivering one million pounds a year to our nation's food banks."

The organization's close ties to the Jersey Shore community helped propel Move For Hunger into the final rounds, as Move For Hunger received over 18,000 votes on the American Giving Awards Facebook platform. Local recording artist Bruce Springsteen endorsed Move For Hunger on his Facebook page and website, which was then picked up by national media outlets including OK! Magazine and FitPerez.com. The American Giving Awards caps a dream year for Move For Hunger, after winning a Focus Global Drive grant from Ford, receiving recognition at the Chicago Ideas Week and being honored at the DoSomething Awards that aired on Vh1 this past August.

For more information on Move For Hunger feel free to call the Move For Hunger offices directly at 732-774-0521 or email Jason@MoveForHunger.org.

About Move For Hunger:

Move For Hunger is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that works with moving companies across the country to pick up unwanted, unopened food from those who are relocating and deliver it to local food banks across the country. To date, Move For Hunger is working with over 200 movers in 37 states and has collected more than 365,000 pounds of food. With the support of its partners, Move For Hunger is turning the average food drive into one of the nation's largest, year-round service programs. For more information or to find out how you can help support Move For Hunger, visit http://www.MoveForHunger.org and make an online donation to help our hunger relief efforts.

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Los Angeles PR Firm Again Donates Services to Worthy Causes: Non-Profit PR Grants Program for 2012 announced by Neotrope

Author: Neotrope
Dateline: Los Angeles, California (LOS ANGELES, Calif.)  | Tue, 15 Nov 2011

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “Neotrope(R), a brand identity, public relations, and marketing firm established Jan. 1983, announces its latest Non-Profit PR Grants Program for 2012. The firm is again donating $25,000 in free public relations and newswire services to worthy non-profit and charitable organizations to celebrate its 29th anniversary.”



A R T I C L E:

Neotrope(R), a brand identity, public relations, and marketing firm established Jan. 1983, announces its latest Non-Profit PR Grants Program for 2012. The firm is again donating $25,000 in free public relations and newswire services to worthy non-profit and charitable organizations to celebrate its 29th anniversary.

"The U.S. economy the past two years has been hard on small business, and even harder on small charities and non-profits. This PR Grant program is our way of supporting some of the numerous smaller organizations we feel need ongoing help to 'get the word out' about their worthwhile efforts," said Neotrope CEO and co-founder, Christopher Simmons. "We've been very helpful to numerous organizations to increase visibility both online and off, and hope to continue this program into the future."

Neotrope previously donated services as part of its Non-Profit PR Grants Program in 2011, 2009, 2005 and 2000. In 2010, Neotrope "adopted" various charities in lieu of providing the PR Grant program, and has provided discounted or free services to various non-profits for almost 30 years. Past recipients of the PR grant program include Children Awaiting Parents, Girls Write Now, Paws of Life Foundation, Special Equestrians, The Bob Moog Foundation, The Starlight Children's Foundation, The Native Voices Foundation, World Savvy, and many others.

Neotrope, and its service division Send2Press Newswire (www.Send2Press.com), have also sponsored art benefits contributing to aid efforts for the homeless in Chicago, groups providing environmentally sustainable housing in areas of the world where disaster has left people without adequate shelter; and to orgs who raise money for AIDS orphans.

How to Apply for 2012 Grant Program:

Non-profit organizations may apply starting November 15, 2011 through January 15, 2012. Organizations will be selected by January 30, 2012, and the amount donated to each selected non-profit will vary, but typically $2500 in services per recipient (this is not a cash grant). Three of the grants will be provided to California-based non-profits, who will receive additional promotional assistance through California Newswire(R). Additionally, all 501(c)(3) organizations automatically qualify for a 15% service discount.

The 2012 Neotrope PR Grant application can be found at http://www.Send2Press.com/non-profit/index.shtml .

About Neotrope:

Since 1983, Neotrope (www.neotrope.com) has been helping small-to-medium businesses, non-profits, and entertainment companies establish their brand and grow revenue. Neotrope was an Inc. 5000 listed company in 2009. The Neotrope(R) marketing team includes Christopher Laird Simmons, who is an award-winning designer, photographer, musician and digital artist. He is a member of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), and ASCAP. Simmons has been widely interviewed by publications as diverse as Entrepreneur, Chicago Post Tribune, PCWorld, Monster.com, and TrendWatch. Other team members include accredited public relations professionals, working journalists and broadcast veterans.

About Send2Press Newswire:

Send2Press(R) offers best-in-class affordable Direct-to-Editors(TM) news distribution and alternative placement of news content to improve its "persistence" versus the traditional one-shot approach. In addition to sending news directly to working journalists, print and broadcast media, Send2Press places news into social networks and deep into search engines using proprietary ContextEngine(TM) press release optimization technology developed in 1997. Originally launched as MindsetNetwire in 1997 exclusively for Neotrope's corporate clients, the service became Send2Press in 2000. Send2Press is unique because it was the first wire service with staff entirely comprised of accredited public relations professionals, published authors, working journalists, and marketing experts.

Neotrope(R) is a registered trademark and service mark in the U.S. and Europe. Send2Press and California Newswire are registered service marks of Neotrope. All rights reserved.

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