NextDayFrames give-back program supports Uganda poverty relief

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The family brand donates funds from every order to help Ugandan communities address poverty and social issues, empowering self-reliance to make the world a better place.

Littleton, Colo.-based company NextDayFrames announces a give-back program built around programs in Uganda to help empower people living in poverty. The brand donates one-third of proceeds to charities through its partnership with AsOne, with more than $222,000 given to date. The purpose-driven brand and its customers are making a sustainable change by empowering people in need through education, job opportunities and building relationships allowing them to prosper.

The picture frame company makes all frames in-house, printing, framing, and shipping out every purchase the next day, according to a press release. Customers upload photos and select their frame preferences from a wide range of styles for a single print or a gallery wall.

“We wanted to help however we could,” said Jennifer Ray, founder, NextDayFrames. “We have been blessed with the gift of entrepreneurship, so we built the brand around the giveback program, so that we can do our part to help make the world a better place.”

According to a company announcement, NextDayFrames was founded by Keith and Jennifer Ray after a visit to Uganda. There, they discovered Oregon-sized African country has 10 times more people and a disproportionate amount of poverty. The couple returned to the U.S. and founded NextDAyFrames and its give-back program.