IMAGEHAUS Now Accepting Service-Grant Applications from Twin Cities Non-Profits

Applications for 2016's three remaining quarterly grants are now being taken under agency's 4C program that has seen $4 million in brand-building creative services given away, IMAGEHAUS reports

IMAGEHAUS, one of the state's top branding, design, and marketing agencies, announced that it is now accepting applications for creative-service grants for the three remaining quarters of 2016 under its "4C" giving program. Since 2000, IMAGEHAUS has given back to the Twin Cities community by providing at cost branding, marketing, and other services to worthy 501(c)(3) groups in the area, and grants remain open for this year's iteration of the program. Meant to foster greater Compassion, Creativity, Candor, and Courage in the Twin Cities, the 4C IMAGEHAUS Giving Program is detailed in full at, where application forms can also be downloaded.

"One of the great things about the Twin Cities area is the strong spirit of community that pervades it," said IMAGEHAUS Creative Director and owner Jay Miller, "For Sixteen years, we've been proud to contribute to that environment through our 4C Giving Program. We'd like to announce that we are now accepting applications for the three remaining grants of 2016. We look forward to becoming familiar with many more of the wonderful non-profit groups that do so much great work in the area."

With an area-wide jobless rate that the Bureau of Labor Statistics counts as one of the ten lowest in the country, the Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington Metropolitan Statistical Area might be thought of as a place where poverty would not be much of an issue. In fact, though, even while many enjoy the economic opportunities and low costs of living typical of the region, others struggle to stay afloat, often relying extensively on the assistance afforded to them by hardworking non-profit groups.

For over fifteen years, Minneapolis-based branding and design agency IMAGEHAUS has sought to lend a hand of its own through its 4C Giving Program. Every quarter, the company issues a grant that conveys to a local 501(c)(3) the right to a free basket of creative services designed to help the group raise more money and more effectively pursue its mission. Whether that might be helping the homeless; making area classrooms better places for learning; contributing to the culture of the Twin Cities; or any other positive, community-oriented goal, grant winners enjoy access to top-quality branding, design, and marketing services that would otherwise be difficult for them to obtain.

In the fifteen years since the 4C program began, IMAGEHAUS has issued grants to dozens of groups in the area, delivering over $4 million in free services and helping to raise more than $35 million for recipients. With applications for grants for the remaining three quarters of 2016 now being accepted, 501(c)(3) groups that reflect the program's ideals of Compassion, Creativity, Candor, and Courage are urged to submit their own. Application forms can be found at the IMAGEHAUS website, along with contact details for those seeking more information about the program.

Minneapolis-based IMAGEHAUS collaborates with clients to launch, grow, or reinvent their brands, employing a proven Brand DNA process that digs deep into each unique situation to unearth the raw ideas that make for powerful, persuasive and impactful design.

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