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Give Your Charitable Cause Some More Power

5-Whether you want to organize a fund raiser or simply promote your cause, you want to explore all the available options. Today, you can use social media, promote your cause online, and get funding from all over the world. But sometimes, even the simplest solution can lead to powerful results. A simple T-shirt or similar items of clothing would help spread the message.

At World Emblem, we support all charitable organizations and will help you create the best T-shirts and other such promotional material for your campaign.

Spreading the Message

Most people are willing to do their bit for a good cause. You can either hand over a t-shirt with your charity’s logo on it or sell it as a way to raise funds, most people would respond positively to it. This can be a great way to get the word out about your charity. All you have to do is create a shirt that conveys your message clearly. For example, if you are a charity that supports terminally ill children, you can easily create shirts for the parents, the children, and distribute it amongst everyone who is willing to support the cause.

Raising Funds

Creating several shirts and other such pieces of clothing is easy and doesn’t cost that much either. You can sell these shirts as a part of your fundraising efforts for a profit. These funds can be used in your charity and would function to spread the message about your charity too. There are several prominent charities that do it. You can sell on websites like Amazon that would give you access to a large audience from all over the world. That could be just the kind of mobility you might need.

Employee and Volunteer Uniforms

shutterstock_76496914You can create uniforms for all employees and volunteers that work for your charity. Again, this is a good way to promote your cause and gain visibility. This also gives your employees and volunteers to do some promoting as well. Any marketer would tell you that visibility is the key to the success of any venture and having your charity’s emblem and logo on supporters, employees, volunteers, etc, can get you that visibility.

If you have any questions or need to know more, you can call World Emblem at 800.766.0448 or email and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

2013 Holiday Recap: World Emblem Gives Back

After another successful year of business, the World Emblem team decided to give back with a series of charity projects this past holiday season.

  • The first was an event that, upon its success in 2012, was repeated again this past year in 2013. Toys were collected from all World Emblem locations for the K.I.D (Kids.In.Distress) Charity of South Florida. Beginning in 1979, K.I.D.’s sole mission is to, “prevent child abuse, preserve the familly and treat children who have been abused and neglected.” Recognized as a premier agency in South Florida, this organization provides family strengthening services as well as children’s services for more than 10,000 children and their families. The programs they offer to these children are specifically designed to give them the tools, skills, services, and education they need to maintain a safe, stable and healthy environment in which to thrive.  The donation process itself was divided into various age groups so as to provide as wide of a variety of toys for the children as possible. Pictures of the toys we were able to collect are featured in the gallery below.
  • The second charitable mission the World Emblem team embarked on was one that many at the time were volunteering donating their time, money and effort to contribute to. Thousands of children and their families were greatly affected by storm Onday in the Philippines this past year. The storm itself dumped a month’s worth of rain in 12 hours, flooding 25 % of Metro Manila and affected more than 24 provinces around the country.  The World Emblem team was able to collect upwards of about $6,000 to donate to UNICEF’s relief efforts. Click HERE for a full photo gallery of the damage caused by storm Onday in the Philippines, courtesy of UNICEF.

If you would like to know more about the charities listed in this post, further information can be found in the links below: