National online printing and mailing services provider 48HourPrint.com announces today it has joined the DMA Nonprofit Federation as a corporate partner, and is sponsoring the organization’s largest annual event this week in Washington, DC, which is expected to draw more than 750 fundraising professionals from across the country.
“We’re proud to support this organization because it serves and advocates on behalf of critical issues for many of our customers,” said Jamie Aylwin, Founder, Chairman and Creative Director of 48HourPrint. “Nonprofit mailing rates, for one, are of great concern for the thousands of non-profits we work with.”
48HourPrint.com is sponsoring the March 1 session at the DMANonprofit Federation Winter Conference titled “Grassroots Fundraising: 8 Things Big Nonprofits Can Learn from Smaller Nonprofits,” featuring panelists from the African Wildlife Foundation, Wolf Trap Center for the Performing Arts, National Museum of the American Indian, and National Breast Cancer Coalition.
With offices and manufacturing facilities in Massachusetts, Arizona, Ohio, and New Hampshire, 48HourPrint.com offers printing and mailing services to graphic designers, small to medium businesses, and nonprofit organizations that value quality, speed, and affordable prices. They print hundreds of jobs daily, all managed via an easy to use online ordering system that’s available 24/7. They produce 40 products, printed digitally or sheetfed offset, all backed by the firm’s 48 Hour Turnaround Guarantee.
The company’s Giving Across America philanthropy program donates thousands of dollars in free printing every year to 501(c)3 organizations to help them raise much-needed funds for their causes, Aylwin said. Nonprofits can apply for a donation on the company’s website.
“This partnership helps us spread the word about the Giving Across America program and our online services,” Aylwin said. “And it also allows us to share samples and examples of affordable products fundraisers need like direct mail postcards, brochures and door hangers … and the classic premiums and ‘freemiums’ that donors appreciate, like calendars, greeting cards, magnets and notepads.”