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TotallyPromotional.com believes one of the greatest privileges of running a small business is giving back to the community and beyond. Our company takes great pride in donating funds, supplies and time to local residents, schools and organizations, as well as people in need across the globe.

To accomplish our charitable giving mission, our staff created Totally Giving Back, a program focused on aiding those who need a helping hand.

We invite you to accompany us on our journey to “pay it forward” by visiting our Totally Giving Back page from time to time for updates.

Students reach out to hurricane victims

Local Tri Star Career Compact students are doing their part to help hurricane victims more than a thousand miles away. The high school students last fall began selling T-shirts to raise money for those affected by hurricanes Harvey and Irma. The money they raise will benefit the American Red Cross.

Read comments from Tri Star students involved in the project.

Project Christmas Elves 2017

We did it again! The staff at Totally Promotional proudly completed Project Christmas Elves 2017! Totally Giving Back Project Christmas Elves began in 2016 to provide area families in need with personal care items and bedding. This year, our staff collected nearly 500 items to help 16 families and individuals.

Read more about the success of Project Christmas Elves 2017.

Bringing hope to foster children

A local teenager has created a project to instill hope and dignity in children entering the foster care system. Julianna Lee is replacing the trash bags kids are currently given with "Belong Bags" to carry their personal belongings to their new home.

Read how Belong Bags can change the lives of children in your community.

Improving lives in Guatemala

For 18 years, dedicated church members have journeyed to one of the poorest countries in Central America to lend a hand. This year they helped two Catholic nuns make physical improvements at a school and health clinic. They also tutored children and gave tips on personal care.

Read how this annual mission trip is making a difference in Guatemala.

Youth group reaches out to homeless

A group of young people and their church leaders recently spent a week out of state providing food and other services to people in need. More than 70 teenagers from Fox Point Lutheran Church in Wisconsin took part in the mission in San Francisco, Calif.

Read how these high school kids spread faith and fellowship on the streets of San Francisco.

Soldiers assist African children

The thought of living without running water and other basic necessities is beyond comprehension to most of us. But many African families face these perils every day. We are proud to know that a local man and other U.S. Army soldiers are helping out.

Read how these compassionate soldiers are helping impoverished kids in a remote African village.

Giving back to our Homeless Heroes

They fought for our freedom but many U.S. veterans now call the streets and alleys their home. An Indiana organization is doing their part to help these “Homeless Heroes” by giving them food, clothing and other necessities.

Read how volunteers with Task Force Omega–Indiana 1 are making a difference in the lives of active and inactive members of the military who deserve our help and respect.

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Food for Friends 2017 aids
food pantry

The food pantry at C.A.L.L. Ministries relies on generous donations year-round to feed and fill other needs of families in our local area. But that need escalates in the summer when children are home from school. The dilemma prompted TotallyPromotional.com to create Food for Friends. Our staff and local residents teamed up in May and June to help gather needed items.

Read more about C.A.L.L. Ministries and everything it does for our neighbors in need.

Get R.E.A.L. inspires and teaches

Students in our community each year get a week-long lesson on life and making good choices. Get R.E.A.L. began in 1998 to teach Coldwater (Ohio) Middle School students how to be responsible, treat others with respect and much more. Other local schools also have adopted the successful program. A crew from TotallyPromotional.com took part in the 2017 Get R.E.A.L. 5K Run in May 2017.

Read more about Get R.E.A.L and the impact it has on the students.

Project Christmas Elves 2016

TotallyPromotional.com in 2016 founded Project Christmas Elves after our staff discovered that personal care items, bedding and towels were not provided to the needy through government assistance. After several weeks of gathering, sorting and bagging, our caring employees collected hundreds of items for struggling families in our area.

Read more about Project Christmas Elves and watch our video.

Small grocery saved by community

This is an amazing David and Goliath story you'll want to read. Thrifty Foods served the small town of Troutville, Va., for more than 80 years but was struggling to compete with grocery store giants like Walmart and Kroger. Thanks to strong community support, the business in November 2016 celebrated an amazing comeback and is thriving.

Read more about the heartwarming story of Troutville Grocery & Goods.

Homes for our veterans

Homer and Carol Burnett of Celina, Ohio, and their group of volunteers are true patriots. Several years ago they formed a nonprofit group called Lots for Soldiers that helps veterans of all U.S. military branches become homeowners.

Read more about Lots for Soldiers and the group's newly acquired office.

Community aids young widow
and baby

A tragic motorcycle accident in 2015 took the life of a young husband and father. Dustin A. Rutter was just 24 years old when an SUV driver turned in front of his motorcycle on a rural highway in Coldwater, Ohio. He died hours later. The U.S. Army veteran left behind a wife and 6-week-old son. Friends and community members immediately came to the family's aid and continue to show their support and love for Dustin.

Read more about Dustin's story.

Supporting our heroes

Some of the most compassionate people in the world are Emergency Medical Services (EMS) responders who are summoned day and night to help the sick and injured. Most of the EMS responders in our area are volunteers and their departments often don't have sufficient funds to purchase needed equipment.

Read how local businesses and residents recently stepped up to support the Coldwater (Ohio) EMS.

Enhancing the lives of breast cancer survivors

A small organization called My Hope Chest is helping breast cancer survivors find true healing following mastectomies. Although health insurance sometimes pays the cost of a mastectomy, it often will not fund breast reconstruction surgery. Without the necessary funds, many women must postpone reconstruction surgery or spend the rest of their lives feeling incomplete.

Read how My Hope Chest is helping breast cancer survivors recover physically and mentally.

Feeding at-risk children

Most states have programs that provide free and reduced lunches to children during the school day. But what happens on weekends and school breaks? The Backpack Brigade in Seattle, Wash., was founded several years ago to feed at-risk children who may have little or nothing to eat when school is not in session.

Read about the fabulous work being done by the volunteer Backpack Brigade organization.

Nourishing students around
the globe

Mary's Meals bravely battles the task of feeding impoverished schoolchildren one meal each day to ensure brighter futures. Today the international organization provides nourishment to more than 1.1 million children from the poorest countries in the world. Unfortunately, the need continues to grow.

Read about the mission of Mary's Meals and how you can help.

Interested in being a part of Totally Giving back? View the Application for Consideration to see if we can help your charity, religious organization, accredited school, or community organization.