Imprint exists because of the amazing network of charitable organizations throughout Virginia and the Greater Richmond Area. Since our inception in 2016, we have helped charitable organizations across the state reach their goals — whether through monetary donations, volunteering our time, or even supplying non-profits with needed equipment.
is a 501(c)3 established to support high school and college students in Richmond, Virginia who are experiencing homelessness and housing instability.
The mission of Backpacks of Love is to eliminate hunger in school-age boys and girls in Central Virginia by providing food for their weekends.
Reach Out and Read is a national nonprofit that champions the positive effects of reading daily and engaging in other language-rich activities with young children.
Celebrate! RVA is a non-profit organization with a simple mission: to give disadvantaged children a memorable birthday celebration in a safe and fun environment.
Hanover Safe Place’s mission is to prevent sexual and domestic violence, provide services to those affected, and create community awareness for support and resources.
Miracles in Motion’s mission is to provide quality dance instruction to people with special needs while Promoting Awareness in the community through the Joy of Dancing!
Freedom 4/24 exists to bring freedom and justice to victims and survivors of human trafficking and sexual exploitation.
The Cameron K. Gallagher Foundation’s mission is to fulfill Cameron’s dream and legacy by being a positive force that works to cultivate awareness and understanding of teenage depression and anxiety.
For charitable organizations, one of the best methods of disseminating information is print media. A copier is no small expense, however, and many 501c3 organizations across Virginia lack the funds for a brand-new copier.
This is where Imprint’s Technology Product Grant Program comes into play. For any qualified 501c3 organization, Cobb will donate a black-and-white copier for their in-house printing and copying needs.