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Allegra FootPRINT Fund® to Award Marketing and Print Services to Area Nonprofit Organizations

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MARMORA, N.J. – Nonprofit organizations serving Cape May County will have an opportunity to receive help “leaving a footprint” in the community, thanks to the Allegra FootPRINT Fund®.
Allegra Marketing, Print, Mail in Marmora has opened its FootPRINT Fund application process to award $3,000 to local nonprofit organizations and associations seeking financial assistance for graphic design and printing of brochures, newsletters, forms, invitations, posters and other marketing communications. Applicants that qualify are eligible to receive up to $1,000.
“Providing community support is an important goal at Allegra,” said Nick Wieand, Allegra co-owner. “The FootPRINT Fund was created to provide a means of helping local organizations receive assistance in an area that may not be addressed by other funding sources.”
To be considered for a FootPRINT Fund award, nonprofit groups, associations and charitable organizations must submit a completed application by Dec. 1, 2015. Application forms may be obtained at 533 S. Shore Road, Suite 1, or on the company’s website at www.allegramarmora.com. Once on the website, click “About Allegra” and then “The FootPRINT Fund” to access the application.
Award recipients are selected by a review panel based on how the services will be used to further organization goals including service expansion, program enhancement and maximization of existing resources, as well as the organization’s innovation and resourcefulness. All successful applicants will be notified of their award by Dec. 31, 2015. The winning applicants must utilize their awarded services from Jan. 4, 2016 through June 30, 2016.
“This program is a way for us to make a difference in our community, one step at a time,” said Denise Wieand. “Here at Allegra, we feel that it is extremely important to reach out to those in need and do our part to help our local organizations and associations leave their ‘footprints’ in the community.”
Allegra is a full-service marketing communications provider with in-house printing technologies including full-color printing, short-run digital printing, variable data capabilities, color signs, posters and banners, graphic design, mailing services, promotional products, print management solutions and project consulting.
Allegra is locally-owned and operated and is member of Alliance Franchise Brands network, a world leader in marketing, graphics and visual communications, linking nearly 600 locations in the U.S., Canada and the United Kingdom. For more information, call (609) 390-1400, or visit the company’s website at www.allegramarmora.com.

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