Tiny Prints Celebrates Launch of Graduation Stationery Line with a Sponsorship and Grant Benefitting The Creative Coalition

To kick-off the graduation season, premium online stationery boutique Tiny Prints today released a new line of graduation stationery and announced a sponsorship of The Creative Coalition’s arts in education programs. Tiny Prints and The Creative Coalition together celebrate the importance of education. To support the non-profit organization, Tiny Prints provided a grant giving 50 inner-city students the chance to participate in a Summer Writing Institute College Preparation program, which will be distributed through The Armory Foundation, a member organization of The Creative Coalition.

To honor graduates across the country, actors and The Creative Coalition members Lauren Holly, Beau Bridges and Phillip Bloch support the program by providing personal anecdotes about their most influential teachers at tinyprints.com/creativecoalition. Tiny Prints commemorates this Creative Coalition sponsorship with the unveiling of an exclusive graduation stationery line. To view the Creative Coalition’s favorite designs from the Tiny Prints Graduation collection, visit: tinyprints.com/creativecoalition.

“Graduation season is always full of optimism and excitement, and our new graduation collection stylishly celebrates these sentiments while showcasing a grad’s personal style,” said Laura Ching, chief design officer at Tiny Prints. “We’re thrilled to sponsor The Creative Coalition’s education programs and award a grant that will benefit so many college-bound students. It’s critical that we continue to help support organizations that believe in the power of education and allow all students equal opportunity to develop their talent.”

“We are very proud to have Tiny Prints as a sponsor on this innovative graduation campaign that does well by doing good,” said Robin Bronk, CEO, The Creative Coalition. “The Creative Coalition’s education initiatives align with those of Tiny Prints — to applaud the importance of education and prepare students for post-secondary education.”

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