Boxercraft Clothes Chosen Charities


ATLANTA—Boxercraft recently invited promotional product distributors, screen printers and embroiderers to nominate a charity or group to receive a donation of Boxercraft spiritwear and accordingly donated a total of 6,000 new garments to the 10 winners of its Bring Comfort to Your Community charity contest. Winners each received a variety of Boxercraft apparel and accessories to donate to their charity of choice. The winners and the charities to which they donated their garments are:

Frances Dallen of Brown & Bigelow to Sleep Train Foster Kids
Candi Ladwig of The Vinyl Studio to The Ronald McDonald House of Rochester, Minn.
Frances VanNatten of Sew Cool Embroidery to Will Work 4 Kids
Robin Whitcher of Logo Legends to the Wounded Warriors
Debbie McCarthy Whyte of Whyte House Monograms to Children’s National Medical Center’s Clothes Closet
Bert Livanec of Music Imprints LLC to Clothes4Souls
Ron Pruiksma of TWENTYth to Meaningful Misprints
Dorothy Santaniello of Threadz By Design to YWCA-Clough Street Shelter
Lori Bernstein of Bernstein Communications to the Orphan Foundation of America
Julie Briceland of Handy Girl LLC to Access York INC.

More than 100 individuals wrote in to nominate their favorite community organizations. As a token of Boxercraft’s appreciation, every entrant received a free sample. This is the second time Boxercraft hosted the Bring Comfort to Your Community charity contest. In July, Boxercraft donated a total of 3,000 garments to six individuals for distribution.

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