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Tiny Prints Partners with Robin Hood to Raise Funds to Fight NYC Poverty
Tiny Prints to Donate 20 Percent of Sales from Select Holiday Photo Cards to Anti-Poverty Organization
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA (November 1, 2007) -- Tiny Prints, Inc. (www.tinyprints.com), an online leader in premium, personalized, social stationery, announced today a partnership with Robin Hood (www.robinhood.org), one of New York City's leading poverty-fighting organizations, for the holiday season. As part of its unique holiday offer, Tiny Prints will give 20 percent of all proceeds on sales of Robin Hood cards back to the organization.
Starting November 1, individuals who make a donation at www.robinhood.org will be able to purchase photo cards from among twenty personalized holiday designs merchandised just for Robin Hood donors. Each of the Robin Hood cards will include a dedication inside as well as information about the organization on the back, sharing the Robin Hood's mission with each season's greeting.
"As Tiny Prints continues our ongoing commitment to be a positive influence within the global community, we are inspired by Robin Hood's dedication to use 100 percent of all donations to fight poverty," said Ed Han, co-founder.
"Our partnership with Tiny Prints will give our supporters even more ways to donate directly to the thousands of impoverished New Yorkers that are working to build better lives for themselves and their families," said Mark Bezos, Robin Hood Managing Director of Marketing & Communications.
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About Robin Hood
Robin Hood fights poverty in New York City unlike any other organization. It finds, funds and creates the most effective schools and programs in the city's poorest neighborhoods. To ensure that every dollar is invested wisely, Robin Hood rigorously assesses each program using independent, third-party evaluators to hold each program accountable. One hundred percent of all donations to Robin Hood go directly to programs helping impoverished New Yorkers build better lives for themselves and their families.