Random Acts of Printing

Granting One Random Act Of Printing Every Month

We want to help good people do good things. PsPrint wants to support nonprofits with their printing needs with our “Random Acts Of Printing” program. Do you know of a nonprofit that would benefit from some professional print marketing materials?
Are you a nonprofit that gives back to the community? Please fill out the form below, and you may be selected to receive free printing, including business cards, stickers, catalogs, greeting cards and more. PsPrint grants one Random Act of Printing per month.

Check out some of our recipients

Recent Recipients

Cat Town Cafe

Items Printed: Beverage Coasters

About: Since launching in 2011, Cat Town has rescued more than 1,100 cats, and helped reduce the shelter's euthanasia rate from 42% to 7%. Starting with a foster-based program in 2011, we now have a network of approximately 50 foster homes in and around Oakland. We reserve the foster homes for the cats who most need a calm, quiet environment to thrive. Generally these are cats who are more sensitive to change, such as older cats, cats who don’t do well with other cats and/or cats with special needs. Potential adopters meet these cats in their foster home, where they are most relaxed and able to show their true personalities.

Hero’s Journey Learning Center

Items Printed: Invitations

About: We at Hero’s Journey Learning Center believe that each and every person is on his or her own Hero’s Journey.

Our mission is to ignite in our students a love for learning and a desire to be their absolute best. We believe that a love for learning and a quality education are crucial tools a child must have to thrive. We aim to nurture self-confidence and a high level of self-efficacy in our students as they complete their daily academic work so that they can be empowered to succeed not only in academia but also through the rest of their lives. We offer one-on-one teaching, one-on-one tutoring, homework help, academic coaching, and performance arts workshops.

United Roots Oakland

Items Printed: Booklets & Stickers

About: United Roots engages and empowers marginalized youth in socially innovative ways.We accomplish this by providing:

- Arts and media training, instilling confidence and developing talents
- Career and workforce development, cultivating innovation and entrepreneurship
- Community engagement, building bridges to local organizations and employers
- Wellness services, creating a safe, sustainable environment for youth to heal and grow

Bay Area Youth SEED

Items Printed: Booklets

About: Youth SEED (Youth Social Entrepreneurship for Equitable Development) was built on a foundation of 3 years of social entrepreneurship training for Bay Area youth, in which 25 youth led social enterprises were funded and launched. Originally known as Ashoka's Youth Venture San Francisco Bay Area, Youth SEED was created to advance our unique model of using youth social entrepreneurship as a vehicle for equitable development and to fully utilize our position in one of the most thriving social entrepreneurship ecosystems in the world. With the support of Youth Venture and Ashoka, we have now transitioned to fiscal sponsorship with Community Initiatives in San Francisco, and we are ready to continue supporting the next generation of social entrepreneurs in the Bay Area.

Nomination Information
Simply use the form to the right to nominate a nonprofit that is doing something great for the community. You need to only nominate once as the list is saved, however, only one nominee will be awarded per month. Nominations are a vote and are not a guarantee of being awarded a Random Act of Printing Job. However, you can feel free to nominate your own nonprofit!

Thank you for doing something amazing today

Past Recipients

Mission Graduates

Items Printed: Posters

About: Mission Graduates is a nonprofit organization that increases the number of K-12 students in San Francisco’s Mission District who are prepared for and complete a college education. College education as an “end goal” is a theme that is woven through all of our academic enrichment programs serving low-income youth in the Mission District, the majority of whom are Latino. This population is greatly under-represented at four-year colleges due to a variety of factors, including little household expectation for going to college, a lack of information about financial aid, concerns about residency status, and over-taxed high school counselors.

East Bay Community Recovery Project

Items Printed: Cookbooks

About: East Bay Community Recovery Project (EBCRP) supports self-sufficiency and wellness of individuals and families by providing comprehensive and integrated services for mental health, substance use and related health conditions while addressing housing and employment.

Pink for Pam

Items Printed: Brochures

About: Pink for Pam® is painting a new picture of cancer® for the world. As new treatments and research extend the length and quality of life for millions of patients, many of whom are younger adults, perceptions of how to cope with the challenge of a breast cancer diagnosis and the new life it brings must change. Pink for Pam aims to help patients, families, caregivers, and the community at large to adopt a new view of cancer that is both optimistic and realistic. Most important, Pink for Pam helps those living with cancer to feel as normal, comfortable and confident as possible in their everyday lives as they work toward recovery.

Attitudinal Healing Connection, Inc.

Items Printed: Brochures

About: Our mission is to empower individuals to be self-aware and inspired through arts, creativity and education, making positive choices to break the cycle of violence for themselves and their communities. We provide platforms for creative expression and communication for children, youth, adults and families. Through our educational programs, workshops, events and healing circles, we cultivate skills in personal development, community leadership and the arts.

Cat Town Cafe

Items Printed: Beverage Coasters

About: Since launching in 2011, Cat Town has rescued more than 1,100 cats, and helped reduce the shelter's euthanasia rate from 42% to 7%. Starting with a foster-based program in 2011, we now have a network of approximately 50 foster homes in and around Oakland. We reserve the foster homes for the cats who most need a calm, quiet environment to thrive. Generally these are cats who are more sensitive to change, such as older cats, cats who don’t do well with other cats and/or cats with special needs. Potential adopters meet these cats in their foster home, where they are most relaxed and able to show their true personalities.

Hero’s Journey Learning Center

Items Printed: Invitations

About: We at Hero’s Journey Learning Center believe that each and every person is on his or her own Hero’s Journey.

Our mission is to ignite in our students a love for learning and a desire to be their absolute best. We believe that a love for learning and a quality education are crucial tools a child must have to thrive. We aim to nurture self-confidence and a high level of self-efficacy in our students as they complete their daily academic work so that they can be empowered to succeed not only in academia but also through the rest of their lives. We offer one-on-one teaching, one-on-one tutoring, homework help, academic coaching, and performance arts workshops.

United Roots Oakland

Items Printed: Booklets & Stickers

About: United Roots engages and empowers marginalized youth in socially innovative ways.We accomplish this by providing:

- Arts and media training, instilling confidence and developing talents
- Career and workforce development, cultivating innovation and entrepreneurship
- Community engagement, building bridges to local organizations and employers
- Wellness services, creating a safe, sustainable environment for youth to heal and grow

Bay Area Youth SEED

Items Printed: Booklets

About: Youth SEED (Youth Social Entrepreneurship for Equitable Development) was built on a foundation of 3 years of social entrepreneurship training for Bay Area youth, in which 25 youth led social enterprises were funded and launched. Originally known as Ashoka's Youth Venture San Francisco Bay Area, Youth SEED was created to advance our unique model of using youth social entrepreneurship as a vehicle for equitable development and to fully utilize our position in one of the most thriving social entrepreneurship ecosystems in the world. With the support of Youth Venture and Ashoka, we have now transitioned to fiscal sponsorship with Community Initiatives in San Francisco, and we are ready to continue supporting the next generation of social entrepreneurs in the Bay Area.