Inspire Young Minds: Donate to Print the US Constitutions for High Schools

Join PGCA in Promoting Civic Education

Print & Graphic Communications Association is thrilled to announce a meaningful new initiative. PGCA is partnering with the Bill of Rights Institute (BRI) on an inspiring project to enhance civic education and promote patriotism among our youth.

The Bill of Rights Institute, founded in 1999, is a non-partisan, non-profit educational organization dedicated to teaching civics. BRI equips students and teachers to embrace and uphold the ideals of liberty and justice through high-quality educational resources.

PGCA and BRI are proud to announce the creation and distribution of pocket-sized Constitutions. These will include the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights, and the Constitution. Our goal is to produce 100,000 copies and distribute to junior and senior high school civics classes across New York State, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware.

We invite member companies to support this noble initiative by donating:
• Printing and Bindery Services
• Paper and Ink
• Cash Contributions (to support postage and distribution costs)

All donations are tax-deductible. Supporting companies may choose to include their logo on the back of the pocket Constitution booklets.

Call to Action! How can you help?

• Download printing specs for more details.
• Complete our online response form or download response form.

Thank you for your support in fostering civic education and promoting the values of liberty and justice! Contact Tim Freeman at 716-691-3211 or with questions.

Power of the Printed Word Luncheon and Meet the Staff!
July 18, 2024 | 12 Noon to 1:30 pm | PGCA Offices, Amherst, NY

Stop by the PGCA office on July 18, 2024, for lunch and learn more about the Power of the Printed Word program being sponsored by the Print & Graphic Communications Association (PGCA) and the Bill of Rights Institute (BRI).

Meet PGCA and BRI Staff! Melissa Jones and Tim Freeman, Co-Presidents, PGCA and Justin Goldstein, Director, Corporate Relations, BRI, will all be on hand on July 18 to discuss the Association’s recent efforts to stop the proposed carbon black ban in New York State, and the joint project with BRI.  Email us at or register for the event here. Hope to see you there!


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