“It has been our belief that you simply give because it is the right thing to do,” Gina Danner, CEO.
Known for its great printing and direct mail services and its quiet giving to worth causes, NextPage (formerly Mail Print) has been recognized by the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Mid America Chapter and is receiving the 2011 Small Business Spirit of Philanthropy Award.
“It is a little odd being recognized in this manner. It has been our belief that you simply give because it is the right thing to do.” Gina Danner, CEO of Mail Print goes on, “We are so honored that our team is being recognized for this award. Eric (Gina’s brother and business partner) and I learned to give by following the lead of our parents and grandparents and are excited that we can continue that tradition as we lead Mail Print.”
Mail Print received nominations for this award from a number of organizations and employees including: Bishop Sullivan Center, Christmas in October, Grafton, Inc., Harvesters, the Koehler Bortnick Team, Operation Breakthrough, St. Therese Church, and Thinking Bigger Business Media.
According to Jennifer Heinneman of Operation Breakthrough, “As a charity it is wonderful to be a beneficiary of NextPage. They treat us like we are their best customer, yet we never see an invoice. AND, their kindness doesn’t stop with simply printing and mailing. The entire team volunteers, makes cash donations, and always provides support wherever possible.”
“I love working at NextPage, specifically how the culture of giving permeates our culture,” shares Shenna Coleman an account executive with NextPage. “When I learned of the award I wanted to make sure the AFP understood what NextPage is really about and I am so excited that we are being recognized.”