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Chandler sign company offers grants to nonprofits

November 11th, 2021 SanTan Sun News
Chandler sign company offers grants to nonprofits
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Santan Sun News Staff 

Mr. Rogers probably never heard of Signarama Chandler when he said:

“All of us, at some time or other, need help. Whether we’re giving or receiving help, each one of us has something valuable to bring to this world. That’s one of the things that connects us as neighbors – in our own way, each one of us is a giver and a receiver.”

But Signarama, 3144 N Colorado St., knows who Mr. Rogers is and is taking his advice to heart with its annual Signs of Hope program. The program for 2022 has been launched and details are at signarama.com/locations/az-chandler/about/philanthropy.

Grants are provided to local non-profit and charitable organizations to use in their facilities as well as their events and fundraisers. They can use the grants for signage for facilities, banners for events or fundraisers or building, monument, directional or wayfinding signs.

This year’s recipients are AFS Arizona, Aid to Women Center, American Diabetes Association, Arizona Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Chandler International Film Festival, Child Crisis Arizona, Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation – Southwest Chapter, East Valley Veterans Parade, Exchange Club of Chandler – Wreaths Across America, Exchange Club of Chandler – Field of Hope.

Applications for the 2022 round of winners must be submitted by Dec. 17. To obtain an application: 480-821-1100 or email allisonke@sarchandler.com.

Signarama owner Allison Kast-Eichenberg  has given $350,000 in grants since the program began in 2011.

“Our Signs of Hope program is one of my favorite things,” Kast-Eichenberg said. “Every year I am inspired and grateful for the amazing people and organizations we have the privilege to partner with through our grant program.”

A member of Parents of Addicted Loved Ones said Signarama’s program “is important to use” and praised the business’ encouragement.

Jodi Stoken of Child Crisis Arizona, told Kast-Eichenberg, “We appreciate all you have done and we love the work you do!”

Kast-Eichenberg said she believes Signarama has “have something valuable to offer this world and (we) are committed to finding a way to share it.”

Signarama Chandler is a locally owned and operated company specializing in commercial signs and graphics.

Signage “is incredibly important and a part of our daily lives,” she said, adding that while an ideal customer for Signarama Chandler is a locally owned business with a storefront signage also can be important for nonprofit and charitable organizations.

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