The Embroidery Network Foundation, a not-for-profit started by the leadership at NNEP nearly 10 years ago, lends a helping hand again, sending donated new apparel to a facility in Indiana to help families in need.
We just received the nicest letter from the Julian Center, thanking the Embroidery Network Foundation for the clothes. Read their letter of thanks here.
If you have new, but not usable apparel and products in your business, why not put them to good use? Donations of any new (blank or printed) apparel items are accepted (no ball caps please). The goods are collected, sorted and then distributed to facilities that serve as shelters for women and families in need. In many instances, the people at these facilities arrive with little more than what they are wearing, so these donations of new clothes are immediately put to use.
For details about how to donate to the Embroidery Network Foundation, visit the Embroidery Network Foundation web page: http://www.nnep.com/foundation/