Gemini Announces Commitment to Community Award Finalists

Three non-profit finalists have been chosen; voting is open until Aug. 30

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Gemini, a provider of signage, plates, plaques, and more, announces the three finalists for its Commitment to Community award.

The company asked its partners to nominate 501c(3) non-profit organizations in their area and received over 130 nominations.

The three finalists will receive $2,500 towards new signage. Voting is now open for one of the finalists to have the chance to receive an additional $10,000 donation.


Vote for one of these organizations on the company’s FacebookInstagram, or LinkedIn profiles by Aug. 30.

(Image: Gemini Facebook)

Clothes to Kids

Since 2003, Clothes to Kids has provided new and quality used clothing to low-income or in-crisis school-age children, free of charge. Clothes to Kids envisions a community in which every school-age child has quality clothing so that he or she may attend school with the confidence and self-esteem needed to achieve academic success.

Foster Progress

Foster Progress empowers Illinois youth currently or formerly in foster care to attain a college degree and transition into adulthood successfully by providing mentorship, advocacy, and educational opportunity. They inspire youth with a long-term vision of their future and help them make it a reality.

The Littlest Heroes

The Littlest Heroes is a non-profit organization providing financial and emotional support to families who have a child living with cancer. Since 2002, they have impacted the lives of children living with cancer and their families by addressing the economic, emotional, and social concerns that accompany childhood cancer through education, assistance, and community organization.

Learn more about the Commitment to Community award here.

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Marie Fennema is the managing editor of GRAPHICS PRO, including GRAPHICS PRO Today, covering news and guidance in apparel decoration, awards and engraving, and sign and digital printing.

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