Non-profits work hard to earn funds that will help achieve the organization’s goals. We work with several non-profits including United Way, Make a Wish, 2nd Harvest, YMCA, the Spokane Symphony, Isaac Foundation, and more. We’ve created all kinds of signs for non-profits, but the three most common non-profit signs are corrugated plastic signs, special event banners, and promotional items.
Corrugated plastic, or coroplast signs come in many different shapes and sizes. They work well indoors or out and are a cost-effective means of getting a message across. Some non-profit organizations have custom standees made in the shape of a person, animal, or goal thermometer.
Perhaps the most popular use for corrugated plastic signs by non-profits this past summer was for Golf Tournament Signs. Golf tournaments are a great way to raise money, and we can supply hole signs, sponsor signs, and directional signs. Like golf tournaments, charity runs, walks or biking events also use sponsor signs and directional and arrow signs to keep people on course.
Custom banners are another great way to attract attention to a non-profit’s cause. Add details about your cause or an image that relates, and people are sure to take notice. We print custom large banners, mesh banners, canvas banners, and vinyl banners. Banners can be specified as double-sided or single-sided, with hem and grommets or with pole pockets. A custom size can be specified as well. Banner stands display your banner indoors. Outdoor banners can be hung with cord or installed on a pole or post.
When it comes to promotional items, try to gear giveaways to your audience. If your customer base largely includes young families, a bouncy ball with your name on it that can be given to children is a good bet. Notepads or a planner to write lists down are great for adults who might have lots of activities to keep up with.
If possible, help people remember your cause by having a giveaway that’s related to your cause. For example, a health or medical support organization could give away mini first aid kits, and an organization focused on helping people find employment could give away attractive, heavy duty folders for storing resumes or portfolios.
There are many other sign options available to non-profit organizations in Spokane and surrounding areas. Signs for Success is proud to offer a 10% discount year-round to non-profits. We are a locally owned family business in Spokane, and we strive for excellent customer service, perfect color, and quick turnaround on every project. Our large production facility allows us to design, print and install everything in-house. Get quality service and a quick turnaround on non-profit signs; contact us for a free quote today!