The HENDERBERG Foundation
The HENDERBERG Foundation

Rochester, New York

585.259.1262

jason@henderberg.com

Perpetually helping others...

If you know of a person or organization that is trying to make a difference in the community and also in need of printed products, please send us an e-mail.  We like to hear positive stories that can be made even better when more people join in the group's cause.  

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We donate printed marketing materials to positive organizations in need.

Welcome to the Henderberg Foundation where our goal is to assist grass-roots charitable groups by properly marketing themselves through quality printing.  We help clients to develop commercially acceptable artwork and then manage the print buying experience for them.  Most requests are delivered to them at litle or no cost.  Don't worry, it's just printing that we help you with, not brain surgery... so it's easy!  We're proud of the products that we donate and we are confident that your group will be better represented once your marketing materials improve. 

This month we are excited to be featuring DreamBikes of Rochester!

We have been partners in helping RCommunity Bikes in Rochester for many years.  Dan Lill who runs the organization has also sent many groups our way that are in need of some printing help.  So it wasn't surprising a couple of months ago when he sent me Paul Barrow's name.  Paul had just switched careers from the graphic arts industry into the charity organization field... just like we did.  And he loves bikes.  Ditto!  

After meeting with Paul at the new DreamBikes store that he helped find and set up, it was very clear that he and his team were a perfect fit for us to help.  DreamBikes has a few locations out of state and Paul new that opening a division in Rochester would prove to be a worth venture.  They are a non-profit bike shop that sells refurbished and affordable bikes to the local community.  The twist is that their volunteers train kids  that live in the area how to fix bikes, interact with customers, and run a store.  THese are great life skills that many of today's youths do not have the ability to attain.

They are committed to creating a fun and supportive work environment based on honesty, integrity, and open communication.  More businesses could take a lesson from this crew!  So we are pleased to start this new partnership where we can help the folks at DreamBikes help young entrepreneurs learn a trade along with growing the Rochester bicycling community.  Please visit and like their Facebook page @dreambikesrochester or www.dream-bikes.org for their latest updates!

More teens, more bikes, more success!

 To see other printed products we have donated, visit our Projects page.

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