Signarama Edmonton Shows Signs of Support for Community Organizations

by Mary Mills on January 9, 2013

(Edmonton, AB) Edmonton SIGNARAMA announces the launch of the fourth annual Signs of Support, a grant program that will provide up to $10,000 in free and discounted signage to nonprofit and charitable organizations in the Edmonton area.

Signs of Support is focused on supporting groups’ missions through replacement or creation of effective, affordable signage. Groups can request signs for events and can include interior or exterior, temporary or permanent needs. Businesses are eligible to apply for the Signs of Support program if they are a local nonprofit organization, local affiliate of registered charities, local non-government civic organization or part of the Edmonton public school system.SIGNARAMA Edmonton Storefront

“From the onset of our business, we have tried to be good stewards to the Edmonton community,” said Colin Reid, owner of Edmonton SIGNARAMA. “It is exciting to offer this grant again and to see the many great organizations in Edmonton – who are all worthy of support – come forward.”

Last year, nine area non-profit organizations were awarded with free or discounted signage and services. Recipients included: Kids Kottage; The Mark Mercier Foundation; Al Shamal Shrine; KARA Family Resource Centre; Canadian Paraplegic Association; Edmonton Food Bank; CHED Santas Anonymous; The Mustard Seed; and Edmonton Community Learning.

Edmonton SIGNARAMA is accepting applications through March 30, 2013. To download an application for Signs of Support, visit or For questions regarding the Signs of Support Application, call 780-448-1944 or email Michelle Reid at mreid [at] edmontonsignarama [dot] com.

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