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PrintWorks Partners with Convoy of Hope for Hurricane Relief

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

$10,000 fundraising campaign initiated for essential supplies in the Northeast.

Lansdale, PA - PrintWorks & Company, Inc. has partnered with Convoy of Hope by initiating a $10,000.00 fundraising campaign to support Convoy of Hope's mission of supplying life essential supplies for distribution to storm ravaged areas of the Northeast.

"Hurricane Sandy has affected many of our families, friends, vendors, colleagues and customers here in the East," said Martin Wolfe, president of PrintWorks & Company. "We wanted to put together an initiative to help the storm victims and decided to partner with Convoy of Hope utilizing a fund matching campaign so that the donations of individuals, no matter how small, can be doubled and made more impactful."

"Since Hurricane Sandy first impacted the Northeast, Convoy of Hope has brought truckloads of materials and supplies to affected areas and established a network for distribution," Wolfe said. "We have chosen to partner with them for their superior leveraging of financial and product donations and for their ongoing commitment to make a difference here and around the world."

Those wishing to make a contribution to the Hurricane Sandy relief efforts can make a secure online contribution by clicking the "Donate Now" button on Convoy of Hope's website at www.ConvoyOfHope.org. To be certain that your contribution is matched, contribute by January 15th, 2013 and make sure to click the "Matching Gifts" selection and specify Printworks.

To place a $10 donation on your cellular bill, text the word CONVOY to 50555. Standard text and data rates apply.

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