Websticker /Freely Creative has been doing charity promotional sticker work for many years. Along with straight up financial donations we believe we can further help non-profits further by offering tools (promotional stickers) to increase exposure, encourage word of mouth and be used as leverage to increase donations. Our Freely Fund embraces partnerships with organizations where we can help them succeed, and they in turn help us spread the benefits and value of using well designed, quality stickers as part of their marketing and outreach programs. Here are some of the worthy organizations partnered with Websticker to create non-profit promotional stickers:
2021 Sticker Recipients
House of Hope – House of Hope is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the treatment and support of those suffering from substance use and mental illness. Since 1969, House of Hope has provided hope and healing throughout South Florida to men and women in a residential and outpatient treatment setting.
Wheelchairs for Warriors – Wheelchairs for Warriors provides custom-fit, complex-rehab mobility solutions to ensure wounded veterans and first responders can rejoin their lives at the highest level possible with custom-fit, complex-rehab, INDEPENDENT mobility and function and… ROLL STRONG!
American Precision Museum – The American Precision Museum combines the atmosphere of an original 19th century factory building with a world-class collection of historic machines. The 1846 armory building, the “Shaping America” exhibition and accompanying programs explore industrial history in the context of innovation, creative problem solving, and the impact of precision manufacturing on American history and culture.
Concious Alliance – We feed families in communities that need it most. Our network of creative people — artists, musicians, food makers, and fans — use their time and talents to make that happen. Our alliance empowers young people to make a tangible difference in the lives of people in underserved communities.
Marine Mammal Care Center – The ocean is in trouble. From the depletion of fish stocks to increasing ocean temperatures, human activity threatens marine ecosystems that are vital to the health of our ocean and all life on earth. As a critical first responder to these threats, The Marine Mammal Center is leading the field in ocean conservation through marine mammal rescue, veterinary medicine, science, and education. Marine mammals are ecosystem indicators, and these animals provide insights into human and ocean health threats.
My Style Matters – My Style Matters is dedicated to providing a cancer educational program and hands-on supportive services to build confidence in people of all ages, leading to a better quality of life. My Style Matters, is a non-profit organization. One of our primary missions is to ease the journey for people with cancer as well as their caretakers. .
2020 Sticker Recipients
Stronghold Freedom Foundation – The Stronghold Freedom Foundation was founded to address the toxic exposures of military veterans who were deployed to Karshi-Khanabad, Uzbekistan during Operation Enduring Freedom. The Foundation’s mission is to bring awareness to the long-term effects of exposure to the toxicants present at the base.
Northland Cares – Provides a full range of outpatient services for people living with HIV/AIDS and prevention services for those at risk for HIV in northern Arizona.
Accessible Yoga – Accessible Yoga believes that all people—regardless of ability or background—deserve equal access to yoga. Through education and advocacy, we share the teachings and benefits of yoga with those who have been marginalized.
City Net – City Net is a team dedicated to addressing homelessness, in a city or region, through the coordination of community efforts and activities. Since 2014, we have worked together to provide data-driven services that will result in ending street-level homelessness within the communities we serve.
Age Well – Age Well aspires to use our Vermont experience to be a nationally recognized and collaborative leader in the aging network; promoting healthy aging, independence, dignity, and personalized choice for older adults.
Camp Ta-kum-ta – Camp Ta-Kum-Ta provides challenging, extraordinary experiences in a safe and loving environment for children who have or have had cancer and their families. Camp exists for Vermont and Northern New York children (including other out-of-state children who are treated in Vermont), at no cost to their families.
Wildlife Center Of The North Coast – Promoting compassion, empathy and respect for all life through wildlife rehabilitation, ecological teachings, and wildlife conservation.
2019 Sticker Recipients
Chai for Charity – A nonprofit that gathers private donors at a tea-party-like event (we serve Chai!), so they can learn about charities working locally to advocate, support and empower underserved members of our community.
Fellowship of the Wheel – A non-profit that builds and maintains responsibly-built sustainable multi-use singletrack for human powered recreation in Chittenden County, Vermont. Over the last ten years, Fellowship staff and volunteers have built over 100 miles of trail.
Ambitious Diversities – Non-profit organization and thrift store in Cheyenne, WY. They also run a community food bank called the Purple Pantry and boutique clothing store called The Dragonfly Boutique, all under one roof.
Community Service Council – Improving Oklahomans’ lives by confronting challenges to health, social, education and economic opportunities, and strategically advancing effective community-based solutions.
MEND / Meet Each Need with Dignity, Pacoima, CA – With dignity and respect, MEND’s mission is to meet immediate needs of individuals and families and increase their access to opportunities that strengthen their capacity to thrive.
Warrior Movement, Dixon Montana – Providing free and positive youth activities and community events to promote family and community involvement. Our motto is “Together We Rise”, and we strongly believe that coming together as one and finding a sense of belonging can help in the battle against suicide.
Donal McMahon Auxilary 64, Vermont – American Legion Auxiliary’s mission is to support The American Legion and to honor the sacrifice of those who serve by enhancing the lives of our veterans, military, and their families, both at home and abroad.
Veterans Helping Veterans – VHV Foundation has worked with more than 4,000 services members with a mission of building resilience and restoring hope through various initiatives to strengthen emotional, mental, and physical health improvement.
Mariner Middle School, Cape Coral, FL – Proud to be the first and only middle school in the West Zone to be recognized as an Authorized International Baccalaureate World School. Our teachers are all highly qualified and eager to develop lifelong learners.
Core Foundation – Helping social entrepreneurs and small organizations achieve their goals. providing counseling and resources to help individuals and organizations plan, build, and execute their visions.
2018 Sticker Recipients
Wildlife Rehabilitation Support of PA , Supporting wildlife rehabilitation in Pennsylvania through charitable giving and public education.
Lamoille Housing Partnership, Morrisville, VT – The Lamoille Housing Partnership develops, rehabilitates and maintains safe, decent, energy efficient affordable housing through rental, home ownership, or other means to low and moderate income persons and families.
Whale and Dolphin Conservation, WDC is the leading charity dedicated to the protection of whales and dolphins.
Vermont Public Radio, Colchester, VT – VPR is an essential and trusted independent voice for news, information, music and cultural exploration for the people of our region. Our purpose is to inspire an informed public and an engaged community.
Friends of West Hollywood Elementary School, West Hollywood, CA – FOWHE is dedicated to a well-rounded education, empowerment, and enrichment of the student body at West Hollywood Elementary.
2017 Sticker Recipients
Alaska Avalanche Information Center, Haines, AK – Provides avalanche forecasts and education to reduce unintentional injury and death.
Barnett Searing Cancer Foundation, Fairfax, VA – Honoring the legacy of two courageous women through philanthropy. The foundation provides comfort and care to cancer patients and their families through various projects and random acts of kindness.
Bright Prospect, Pomona, CA – Provides counseling for and empowers low income, high school students that show high potential, to gain admission and to succeed in college.
The Billion Bottle Project, Cleveland, OH – Working to bring clean drinking water for all through solar disinfection, making it easier to teach and to use.
Children’s Kindness Network, Franklin, TN – Dedicated to stop bullying before it begins by teaching kindness to young children through Moozie, the cow.
For Ellie Foundation, Sevema Park, MD – Inspired by the wake of the unexpected loss of their 2.5 month old daughter, the For Ellie Foundation focuses on providing support to other families in similar situations and by spreading random acts of kindness for the whole community.
No Time For Poverty, Port Salut, Haiti – Operates Klinik Timoun Nou Yo (KTNY), the only pediatric health and medical center in the southwestern region of Haiti.
Pacific Mammal Research, Anacortes, WA – Studies free-ranging marine mammals in the Salish Sea to provide critical information for conservation measures and creates public awareness through education.
Sealife Response, Rehabilitation and Research, Mukilteo, WA – Dedicated to improving marine wildlife health and welfare in the Pacific Northwest.
Worthy Village, Rockland, MA / Guatemala – Building pathways out of poverty for women and children in Guatemala by providing them with economic opportunities, healthcare and education.
2016 Sticker Recipients
Trident Literacy Association, South Carolina – Helping adults reverse the cycle and impact of generational poverty and illiteracy through the acquisition of vital life skills.
Chicago Hopes For Kids, Chicago, Illinois – Chicago HOPES for Kids provides educational support for children living in Chicago’s homeless shelters.
Inland Empire Museum of Art, IEMA, – The mission is to foster and to promote the study, appreciation and understanding of art through exhibits, education and publications in the Inland Empire area of Southern California.
A Voice For The Innocent – A non profit community of support for victims of rape and sex abuse.
STEPS To End Domestic Violence, Burlington Vermont – Providing a path through the complexities of domestic abuse.
Jovenes, Los Angeles, CA – Jovenes welcomes homeless, at-risk youth (ages 18-25) and gives them a chance to create a path to personal growth and success.
ANEW Place, Burlington VT – Mission is to provide a holistic continuum of services for the homeless, centered in love and dignity, that foster growth, cultivate community engagement, and provide tools for lifelong change so that each person may start anew.
Pararescue Foundation – the only entity dedicated to exclusively support US Air Force Pararescue and Combat Rescue Officer service members, veterans and their families.
Luzerne County Child Advocacy Center, Wilkes-Barre, PA – The Luzerne County Child Advocacy Center is committed to the protection of all children who have become victims of physical abuse, sexual abuse and neglect. The center strives to create a child friendly, safe environment to conduct joint interviews along with a comfortable setting for medical examinations and a base of support staff.
Audubon Center at Debs Park, Los Angeles, CA – Mission to inspire people to experience, understand and care for the local natural world.
The Mockingbird Foundation – A non-profit organization founded by Phish fans in 1996 to generate charitable proceeds from the Phish community. Over 1 million dollars distributed to support music education for children.
Bacon Builders 4-H, Florida – 4H Robotics Club (students 9-14) and FIRST LEGO League Competitors
Rural Vermont, Montpelier, VT- Real Food. Real Farms. Real Change
Stowe Land Trust, Stowe Vermont –