What we’re passionate about
Printful goes beyond financial aid to connect with our community and provide meaningful help
We want to support causes that match our mission to help people follow their passion and turn ideas into brands and products. When selecting partners for a sponsorship, we’re mindful of our time, resources, and company goals.
Types of support
For projects we deem aligned with our mission and goals, we may provide:
- Knowledge-sharing at various events or lectures
- Discounted merchandise
- Project-based mentorship opportunities
Areas of support
Printful is focused on teaching the skills needed to launch an online business or succeed in a technology-driven workplace
Focusing on ecommerce, entrepreneurship, IT & tech skills, and career mentorship
Partnering with meetups, conferences, educational workshops, and tradeshows
Providing support for campaigns, events, and initiatives focused on entrepreneurial skills
Projects we support
Organizations and projects that we’ve partnered up with
Printful works closely with Mozaīka, a non-governmental organization that supports the LGBTQ+ community in Latvia. We’ve been powering their Diversity shop since 2021, which helps financially support their projects and goals.
In 2023, Printul’s investor, Bregal Sagemount, along with the COFRA Foundation, pledged $80,000 to LGBT House Riga (managed by Mozaīka). Both contributing organizations are a part of Bregal Investments—an international private equity firm focused on long-term sustainable value creation.
Is the largest annual educational entrepreneurship contest in Latvia. Business 24h gives students the opportunity to experience a real business environment and a day-to-day life of an entrepreneur. The program’s mission is to develop business thinking and find innovative solutions, which Printful experienced firsthand from students working on our business case.
Every December, Printful participates in the annual Dod pieci! charity marathon to help raise funds and awareness for a different cause every year.
Last year, our donation helped Ukrainian children who’d fled the war with their families and found safety in Latvia. The funds donated during the marathon covered basic necessities like school supplies and computers, health care and psychological support, winter shoes, clothing, and other essential items.