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Tiny Prints, Inc. Contributes to Community CharitiesBoxed Sets,
"In living up to our commitment to our local communities, which is a core pillar of our mission statement, Tiny Prints is thrilled to be able to make a difference in the community we live and work" stated Laura Ching, VP of Marketing.
Though only three years old, Tiny Prints, Inc. has made financial contributions in its first three fiscal years, 2006 being the most significant at $25,000, and continues to make generous quarterly contributions. The four organizations the company decided to back this season are Community Services Agency, Community Health Awareness Council, Breakfast with Friends weekly meals, and the new First Five program next door to our headquarters.
"In line with our theme to benefit the needy segments of the groups who drive the market our business operates in, we chose 4 local organizations that best fit that description," Ching added.
Community Services Agency Executive Director Tom Myers remarked "Your donation will go far in helping our agency stay on the front lines in the battles against poverty, hunger and homelessness in the local community." CSA "provides holiday sharing, emergency assistance, and senior services.CSA offers one-time assistance with rent and/or utility bills, as well as providing vouchers to meet the basic necessities of life such as clothing, transportation, and limited dental, vision, and prescription assistance for uninsured adults and children. Our Food and Nutrition Center supplements clients' nutritional needs using a grocery store atmosphere where they shop for their weekly food needs and learn healthy eating habits. Through senior case management, community outreach and senior nutrition services, we help seniors maintain their independence. Our geriatric case managers provide in-home assessments, counseling and referrals to community resources. Community Outreach volunteers provide escorted transportatio and shopping assistance. The Senior Nutrition Program, located at the Mountain View Senior Center, offers subsidized lunches every weekday to clients over the age of sixty."
Community Health Awareness Council Executive Director Monique Kane and President of the Board Marie Young remarked "Our counselor's care and concern for troubled children and families is a very special part of this outstanding community - and people like the Tiny Prints Team make it possible.". CHAC "provides a large array of children and family services, including: Parenting Classes and Support Groups, Juvenile Probation Program, Adolescent drug & alcohol program, Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender and Questioning Youth Outreach, Anger management classes, First 5 of Santa Clara County, Teen Pregnancy and Parenthood, Individual/Family/Couples Counseling, Bilingual/bicultural services, Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, Referral Services, Parent support and classes, Healthy Adolescent Project (HAP), Conflict resolution, Crisis counseling, Bicultural services, Suicidal assessment, and lastly Special needs requests.
About Tiny Prints, Inc.
Based in Silicon Valley, California, Tiny Prints, Inc. was founded in 2004 by three friends who have a love for babies, stationery and modern design. The trio set out to offer an online resource for modern stationery and Tiny Prints, Inc. was born. Together, they have created four online brands that offer beautiful, well-designed, simple and innovative designer baby shower invitations, birth announcements, wedding invitations, bridal shower invitations, holiday photo cards, thank you cards, other stationery and labels. Celebrity clients of Tiny Prints, Inc.'s designers include: Gwen Stefani, Reese Witherspoon, Debra Messing, Maria Shriver, Rachel Weisz, Adam Sandler, Al Roker, Charles Schwab, Harry Connick Jr and Ming-Na Wen. For more information visit: www.tinyprints.com.