Graphic Arts Industry Supports Fund-Raising Effort
The graphic arts industry has helped to contribute some $350,000 toward research and awareness of Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome, through an annual Bounty of Hope Dinner and Silent Auction.
The event—the only national fund-raising effort for the cause—is organized by Betty Maul, president of FrontEnd Graphics, whose daughter has been diagnosed with the neurologic syndrome. Held Nov. 4 at the Union League Club in New York City, the event was led by Nick Warnock, a contestant on last season's reality show "The Apprentice," who served as master of ceremonies.
The following companies participated as corporate sponsors and donators to the silent auction: Brown Printing, Time Inc., RR Donnelley, Seven Worldwide, Kodak Polychrome Graphics, Continental Web Printing, FrontEnd Graphics Inc., Horizon Paper, Creo, Quebecor World and Enovation, a Fujifilm company.