Nonprofit Marketing & Signage Support

Posted on May 15, 2014

Imagine, for a moment, that you are running a non-profit organization. You’ve got good volunteers, an important mission and a great plan for helping your target group or supporting your goal. Now, you just need to let

Old Charity Flyer - Dr Barnado's Homes

In 1931, flyers from the corner printer were great. In 2014, you might need better marketing.

people in your community know that you exist, and how they can help. Wait, signs and brochures cost HOW much? Most non-profits run on pennies left over when a person breaks a dollar, and if they’re lucky, a couple of corporate supporters that donate just enough to lower their taxable revenue. So how are you supposed to market your great nonprofit organization on a shoestring budget? Image360 has the answer! Announcing:

The Radiance Fund

In-Kind Signage, Graphics & Marketing Support for Nonprofits, from Image360

Nonprofit Services Vehicle Wrap

A Vehicle Wrap is just one way a nonprofit can benefit from the Radiance Fund.

Via the Radiance Fund, individual Image360 franchise locations will be able to use corporate resources to award and support nonprofit marketing efforts for organizations working right in their own communities! To be eligible for an award, a nonprofit need only to have a presence in the local community near their Image360 center, and will work directly with their local franchisee owner to develop a proposal for consideration. The awards may take the form of signage & graphics, design assistance, consulting or any in-kind support that the franchise owner can provide, from an outdoor office sign to a vehicle wrap to yard signs, and more!

To learn more about the Radiance Fund and how Image360 can assist nonprofit organizations in your area, just contact your local Image360!

For more information about Image360′s business, our corporate programs and more, please contact Sign & Graphics Operations headquarters.

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