Fredericksburg entrepreneurs Jeff Morin and Chris Frederick are doing well: their company, For Anything, has received four Inc. 5000 awards.
The company has joined Spotsylvania County Schools' Partners in Education, which provides community businesses and organizations opportunities to exchange resources, services and other forms of support with the schools and ultimately improve educational opportunities for the children, according to the program's webpage.
“For Anything is ultimately here for the community, and we wanted to contribute to our community," said Morin, CEO.
"This is a unique opportunity for us," said Frederick, president of For Anything. "We're excited to contribute to Spotsylvania County's 30 schools and 25,000 students," he said.
For Anything offers customizable recognition and brand awareness items for corporate branding, team spirit and special event needs. Their product line includes awards, coins, laynards, coins, signs, shirts and websites.
“As one of Spotsylvania County School's Partners in Education, Jeff and Chris have shown their commitment to our staff and students,” said Rene Daniels, Spotsylvania County Schools Director of Public Information.
For more information about Partners in Education and the opportunities available, complete this online form.
This information was provided to Patch in a press release.