Each year Logotech helps hundreds of nonprofits and school organizations all across America by providing functional, branded pieces of technology. Items like USB flash drives, powerbanks, Charging cables, and popsockets.
Unfortunately, a percentage of these organizations were working with tight budgets and were not able to finalize their order. We are aware that budgets in both the nonprofit and education industries can be restrictive at times. So, we here at Logotech are extremely proud to introduce the Logotech-4-Good Program.
Each month a qualifying school, education related organization or nonprofit will receive a donation of $500 worth of promotional products, fully customized to their organization’s brand and imprinted with their logo.
Organizations who would like to be considered for the Logotech-4-Good program may submit themselves by filling out the form located here. Individuals may also nominate an organization for consideration. All applicants are asked to provide a few sentences with their submission explaining why their school or organization should be considered. On the 15th of each month, the LogoTech committee will select a new school or organization that will receive the personalized flash drives. All entries must be submitted to Logotech no later than the twelfth of each month.
The wood PopSockets ordered by this young nonprofit will help market its work—rescuing killer whales, advancing medical care for marine animals in the Pacific Northwest and freeing entangled whales and sea lions from life threatening fishing line and marine debris.
The Trust both teaches schoolchildren about wars fought on American soil and works to preserve those battlefields. The USB Flash Drives they requested will be handed out to teachers, loaded with curriculum about the Revolutionary War, War of 1812 and the Civil War.
USB Flash Drives imprinted with the Center's logo will be given out at law enforcement and child welfare training events the organization—which works to protect children from sexual exploitation—runs every month.
Within days of getting PopSockets imprinted with the pet rescue's dog-and-cat logo, Matt and Jessica Roberts were promoting the rescue and the mobile grips on the organization's Facebook page!
We imprinted the district's "Give Me Five!" messaging on PopSockets, reminding parents to Talk, Play, Read, Do and Write to prepare children for Kindergarten. We even helped hand PopSockets out at a local laundromat, where the Partnership sets up reading areas for local children.