We were beyond thrilled to welcome out March 2020s keynote speaker, Joy Cover with Freedom 4/24. Freedom 4/24 is a nonprofit organization with a mission to bring freedom and justice to victims and survivors of sexual exploitation and trafficking through awareness, education, and activism.
Miracles in Motion is a dance studio specifically designed for those with disabilities. They have continued to bring their dancers joy with virtual dance classes in 2020 and 2021.
We are smiling big under these masks- we promise! We are so thankful for the CKG foundation - they’re on a mission to spread awareness and understanding of teenage mental health. Their work is always important but has been specially critical though 2020.
We wanted to make sure every Kindergartener at Ratcliffe Elementary kicked off the new year with these book bags! Every bag contained a copy of P.D. Eastman’s “Go, Dog! Go.” And Dr. Seuss’s “Green Eggs and Ham” (pop up edition!!) plus 4 extra books for fun.
One man. 5 Days. 168 miles. With a long list of running accolades under his belt, Cobb Technologies employee Steve Scott laced up to make the trek from Danville to Richmond. We are so excited, honored, grateful (all of the things, really) to share that, together we raised over $21,000 from our CobbtoberRun fundraiser. The biggest thanks to our very own, Steve Scott, for making the 168 mile trek- proud is definitely an understatement!
Kendra Scott in Short Pump hosted the sweetest giveback night for us and it was SO much fun! Sips, sweets, & shopping!
Our Imprint party crew got to volunteer at Celebrate RVA’s December 2019 birthday celebration!
We joined our partners, Backpacks of Love, Inc., in their annual PB drive. Together we collected over 300 jars and we were able to give every single one of our Backpacks of Love kiddos an additional jar of peanut butter and 8 packets of oatmeal before they went home for the holidays.
Thanks to our precious friends Quinn and Taylor (pictured) for donating!
Cobbtoberfest 2019: live music, food trucks, raffle prizes, and a FANTASTIC silent auction! What more could we have asked for?!
We are proud to announce that we raised $5007 dollars for the Richmond American Heart Association! We would like to thank Loren Huff who worked tirelessly in managing the #CobbSquad #HeartWalk! Her efforts in organizing, getting the word out, and hosting events strengthened and steered the fundraising! Thank you, Loren!
Students may be schooling from home, but Henrico’s “Bookapalooza” made sure they were all set.
Last Friday, librarians encouraged students to check out piles of books- sending over 100,000 books home countywide!!
Imprint is in full swing packing snacks for kids! We’re supporting Backpacks of Love which focuses on eliminating childhood hunger by providing bags of food for schoolchildren to eat on the weekends. Since its inception in 2011, Backpacks of Love has provided over 600,000 meals to children in need
Imprint was down on the farm for Shalom Farms Savor Shalom event! The local farm works with communities to provide access to nutritious food and accessible healthy lifestyles. In 2018 Shalom welcomed over 6,000 volunteers- roughly half of them children. We are SO thankful for this beautiful farm with an even more beautiful mission.
We collected school supplies for local children in need. Donation boxes were located at Cobb Technologies in Glen Allen, and the Richmond Habitat for Humanity ReStores in Northside and Chesterfield.
So incredibly grateful to all of our participants, sponsors, and volunteers for supporting us on this cool, rainy day. Your presence, laughter, and beautiful smiles brought the purest form of “sunshine” to our day. Thank you for showing up and making a difference