A friend of mine, and PFL customer, recently helped get a print project underway that uses greeting cards to raise awareness and money for the Greater Gallatin Watershed Council. Their mission, from their website, is:
a locally-led non-profit organization promoting conservation and enhancement of our water resources while supporting the traditions of agriculture, community, and recreation.
The Council used art from artists who submitted their work to be judged and only three were selected for the final cards. The cards are available for sale at local retailers and holiday events, which helps bring money into those stores as well.
While preparing the final files for print, one of their PFL team-members, Cara with the Big Sky team, recommended lightening an image slightly, and when I spoke with Sharlyn of the GGWC, she said all the cards turned out great, and would sell very well.
That is a great thing to hear, and to know that their team was looking out for them so their print project would be a success, raising money and awareness for a great cause. Who knew ink on paper could do that?