Yorktown Heights, NY — This summer, Westchester County, New York’s only daily newspaper, The Journal News, sponsored their 6th annual “Give & Grow” program, designed to benefit local charities by giving free advertising space. TFI Envision has donated their creative services to develop a full color newspaper ad for Heeling Autism. Heeling Autism is a Guiding Eyes for the Blind Service Dog Program in which its world-renowned dogs are trained to provide safety for children with autism.
“One of our core values at TFI Envision is to give back to the community in unique and meaningful ways. Providing strategic design services for nonprofits allows us to do what we do best for organizations that appreciate and value the work we do. Developing this ad for Heeling Autism will provide much needed visibility to their organization and the service they provide to families in need.” said Elizabeth P. Ball, President/Creative Director of TFI Envision, Inc.
TFI Envision, Inc. has been working together with Guiding Eyes for the Blind since 2007 on a wide variety of projects – from updating their branding and creating ‘mobile branded billboards’ on their vans, to developing their annual report and series of newsletters, to creating unique invitations to their events.
For more information or to make a donation visit: https://www.guidingeyes.org/
What Our Client Has To Say . . . .
“We’re honored to have been selected as the recipient charity for TFI Envision’s participation in The Journal News Give and Grow Campaign. TFI Envision’s carefully designed, emotive ad will help us spread the message about how Heeling Autism service dogs expand horizons for children and their families; now more people will understand the dogs’ life-changing impact.”
Director of Marketing and Communications
Guiding Eyes for the Blind