THE FOOTPRINT FUND ®
The FootPRINT Fund® Program was developed as a way for us to give back to our local community by providing our services to select nonprofit organizations to help extend their marketing efforts.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE? The FootPRINT Fund® is available to any nonprofit group, association or charitable organization in Collier County that meets the FootPRINT Fund® selection criteria.
What are the Selection Criteria? Applications are reviewed by an independent panel of judges representative of our local community. The panel alone decides the award recipients. The panel will respond in writing to all submissions in accordance with the application deadline.
Organizations should not assume an award has been granted until such notification has been provided by the panel of judges. Any eligible organization or association can apply for the award and need not be a customer of Allegra. Award recipients will be selected based upon how Allegra’s marketing and print services will be used to further the organization’s goals.
Allegra services are awarded with a maximum value of $1,000 per organization to be used within the calendar year. Allegra services include marketing strategies, graphic design, printing, mailing, promotional products and event marketing.
We are now accepting applications for 2024. The deadline is October 16, 2023. All awarded services must be used between January 1 and December 1 of the 2024 calendar year. Awards may only be used for projects originating during these dates and not to offset any existing balances due to Allegra. Any award balances cannot be carried over to the next year. All applicants are encouraged to reapply in the following year.
For more information contact Paul Kessen.
Applications for a given year are accepted from July 17 through October 16 of the prior year. Judging occurs in November for the following year.
To be considered for a FootPRINT Fund® award, complete the application form below.
FOOTPRINT FUND RECIPIENTS
Latchkey League, Inc.
The Brody Project for Animal Assisted Therapy