Printing company to give $10,000 in services to nonprofits

Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012 5:23 PM
Last updated 9:39 PM
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Presstech Digital has announced the creation of its Presstech Samaritan Fund.

The printing company will award $10,000 in printing, marketing and mailing services annually to nonprofit organizations.

To qualify, organizations must be classified as 501(c)3 and preferably be within the Augusta area. The maximum grant request is $2,500. Organizations must use the grant within 12 months. Awards will be decided by an independent grant committee composed of five local business people.

The deadline to apply is Nov. 30. Grants will be awarded by Dec. 31.

Applications are available online at Hard copies can be picked up at Presstech Digital, 1939 Walton Way.

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soapy_725 11/15/12 - 11:10 am
Love the name guys !!!

Sound like Samaritans Purse. Franklin Graham 's corporation. Graham will not send me a financial statement. His alary is $375,000+.

Organizations must be classified as 501(c)3. Like with all government-ese , you have to be an informed charitable giver. What comes after "501" is the key. Some do make full financial disclosures but not all are required. Samaritans Purse is one of the not required sub section paragraph 9 (c) annotated.

Feed The Children. Larry and his immediate family. Larry make $350,000 +. Not.

The Salvation Army and the Golden Harvest Food Bank are the open and transparent financial charities.

Be an informed giver. Be a good steward. Do the most good by not duplicating services to the same individuals.

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