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EmbroidMe franchise starts new community fund

Australian Franchise News – 25-08-10


The EmbroidMe franchise group is excited to announce their new Community Fund to support Not for Profit groups across Australia. Looking to contribute to a sector that has been under increased financial pressure since the “GFC”, EmbroidMe believes that by offering a central fund and inviting applications from a wide range of community programmes, charities, clubs and schools, a number of projects in all states may be supported with branded apparel and promotional products.
Funded from profits, the 33 contributing Australian EmbroidMe stores believe in supporting and engaging with community projects, both local and national and will be offering goods and services valued in excess of $25,000.
The EmbroidMe Community Fund aims to deliver a fair means of assessment and distribution to needy causes that could use a little extra help to raise awareness of their organisation and Get Noticed! There will be varying levels of support available, from 100% of the cost to 50% dependent on need and funding availability.
EmbroidMe invites applications below before September 30th, 2010.  Recipients of grants from the EmbroidMe Community Fund will be advised before 31st October, 2010 via personal contact from EmbroidMe.
  • 33 EmbroidMe Stores contributing to a central Community Fund
  • $25,000+ Fund will deliver apparel and promotional products to a range of needy not for profit groups across all of the states
  • Several levels of support from 50-100% of cost
  • NfP’s can apply for support via
We seek to support and strengthen our local civic organisations, not-for-profits and schools with donations of apparel, custom embroidery and garment printing as well as self-promotional and fund-raising items at partial or no cost.
Please go to to find out more and to apply for a grant for your organisation.

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