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.