NEWS: Eleven print-related charities have joined forces to help them publicise their services and 'ensure they remain relevant'.
FEATURE: On the streets of New York, messages come fast and often.
NEWS: Cancer care charity Macmillan Cancer Support has used Ocean Outdoor's gender recognition technology for a new outdoor fundraising campaign.
NEWS: Kent-based charity and social enterprise Royal British Legion Industries has invested more than £250,000 in new kit to boost its sign printing business.
NEWS: Signs Express Glasgow production manager Robert Murtagh and five friends will attempt to scale three peaks in just three days for the Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund.
NEWS: Three members of staff from PrintMax have raised £700 for Comic Relief by cycling the distance from the company's Selborne, Hampshire offices to Sign UK.
NEWS: Totally Dynamic has 'transformed' businessman Theo Paphitis's brand new Range Rover for annual fundraising event Comic Relief.
NEWS: Lincolnshire-based Allen Signs has given a new look to three local treatment centres for drug and alcohol abuse charity Addaction.
NEWS: Birmingham-based sign-maker Bowden and Dolphin Signs has raised more than £1,000 for charity after holding a raffle for Diabetes UK.
NEWS: The NSPCC has launched a new campaign via Amscreen's digital signage network on more than 1,200 sites nation-wide.
NEWS: Leicestershire-based powered access specialist Nationwide Platforms has renewed its support for children's cancer charity the Toma Fund, for which it has raised funds for the last two years.
NEWS: The Printing Charity has made a one-off cold weather payment of £75 to nearly 300 people that it helps regularly.
NEWS: The second quarter of Fujifilm Europe's fundraising drive to support WaterAid has seen it donate a further 16,077 (£13,117) to the charity, taking the total raised since May 2012 to 27,757 (£22,643).
NEWS: Signs Express Exeter says it was 'delighted' to provide temporary graphics for the University of Exeter when it hosted BBC's Children In Need in the South West last month.
NEWS: The Printing Charity has launched its 2013 calendar at an event in London, featuring industry figures posing as characters from Dickens and Shakespeare.
NEWS: JCDecaux is transforming 20 of its six-sheet posters in city centres across the country into cake dispensers as part of Mr Kipling's pre-Christmas campaign.
NEWS: Hollywood Monster has donated signs for a Santa's Grotto in Birmingham which is raising money for charity Help Harry Help Others.
NEWS: Bowden and Dolphin Signs in Birmingham has donated a number of prizes for a fund-raising draw to benefit Diabetes UK.
NEWS: Arctic Paper has revealed how it sponsored Children in Need's 'Designer Pudsey' scheme, in which 30 designers customised the fund-raising bear.
NEWS: The Printing Charity has announced that Lord Black of Brentwood, the executive director of Telegraph Media Group, will take over as the organisation's president in January 2013.
NEWS: Digital print provider PrintMonster has helped Birmingham Children's Hospital raise vital funds by printing tickets for its fun day for free.
NEWS: Print industry workers affected by heavy flooding in Yorkshire and Northumberland are being offered a £250 grant by The Printing Charity.
NEWS: Janie and Martin Drury, owners of Fastsigns Birmingham, downed squeegees on September 9th to participate as guest judges for the All About Dogs event at Warley Woods near Birmingham.
NEWS: Tim Andrews and Andy McKenzie of Birmingam-based sign and graphics producer Hollywood Monster are gearing up for a gruelling 450-mile bike ride from Geneva to Nice in October to raise funds for charity.
NEWS: Ocean Outdoor has chosen London's Air Ambulance as its nominated charity and has pledged to work with the flying advanced trauma team to raise funds for its work, the company has announced.
NEWS: Intellingent Finishing Systems, the organisers of next month's Print Efficiently event, have announced the latest companies to sign up to exhibit.
NEWS: Rory Bremner has been announced as the guest speaker at The Printing Charity's 185th Annual Luncheon, which will take place at the Stationers' Hall on November 8th.
NEWS: Rob Shelley of Shelley Signs will tackle a 25-mile (40km) cycle ride to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK.
NEWS: Hollywood Monster has designed and installed a special vehicle wrap project a National Express coach featuring a photograph of Harry Moseley.
NEWS: The Printing Charity has announced two new initiatives aimed at helping more people in the printing, graphic arts and publishing industries.
NEWS: Kate McCann launched 'the UK's biggest ever digital billboard campaign' for Missing People with a teenage girl pictured on one of the billboards found safe on the day it was revealed.
NEWS: A vehicle wrap designed and installed by Signs Express Warwick has won the 'Best Dressed Vehicle' prize at a Four Peaks Challenge charity event.
NEWS: Amscreen has pledged its support for the Missing People charity by donating network space as part of 'the biggest digital billboard campaign in British history'.
NEWS: The Printing Charity has donated £15,000 to a pilot project in Yorkshire run by the Prince's Trust, which is helping young unemployed people find jobs.
NEWS: Ten designers have entrusted their artistic vision to Lincolnshire-based sign-maker Allen Signs as part of BT's ArtBox initiative in aid of ChildLine.
FEATURE: AllSee Technologies's Thomas Fraser-Bacon presents a case study of a community making use of digital signage.
NEWS: Signs By Tomorrow has awarded a healthcare facility in Baltimore a building wrap as the prize of its recent competition.
NEWS: Kansas City, Missouri has welcomed its first branch of US sign and graphics franchise Signs By Tomorrow.
NEWS: Signs Express Ayrshire has provided sponsorship and a range of vehicle graphics to the Taxi Renegades for the 2012 Crumball Rally.
NEWS: Creative FX has worked with experimental artist Denis Masi to turn telephone boxes into public works of art to benefit children's charity ChildLine.
NEWS: Screen and digital print company Bex Design is limbering up for a fundraising 97-mile (156km) walk this weekend.
NEWS: A team from Solopress.com has completed a three-day, 300-mile (483km) bike ride from London to Paris for Rays of Sunshine Children's Charity.
NEWS: A campaign for charity Missing People has been launched on interactive posters to promote a new phone number.
NEWS: A garden featuring a digital installation developed by Working Solutions has been awarded a silver medal at the Chelsea Flower Show.
NEWS: An interactive digital billboard campaign has been running at a railway station that encourages commuters to use their smartphones to help end domestic violence.
NEWS: The Printing Charity has elected Alan Thorburn, HR director at Trinity Mirror Printing, as a trustee.
NEWS: Leicestershire printer Taylor Bloxham has launched a 'Spring Bonanza' charity fundraising initiative.
NEWS: People currently receiving payments from The Printing Charity's Regular Financial Assistance scheme will receive a ten percent rise in funds, as the organisation responds to the rising cost of living.
NEWS: Amscreen will donate advertising space across its entire digital signage network to promote Sport Relief.
NEWS: Roland DG UK's marketing manager has abseiled down one of Bristol's tallest hotels to raise money for a children's cancer charity.
NEWS: Global children's charity Plan has unveiled a digital interactive advertising campaign which uses facial recognition technology.
NEWS: EFI's chief executive Guy Gecht and a team of executives rang the Opening Bell at Nasdaq MarketSite to celebrate its 20th anniversary of joining the stock market.
NEWS: Leading Ladies, a women's networking group that is part of the Birmingham Hippodrome, has found sponsorship from Hollywood Monster.
NEWS: The twelve-month wall calendar featuring pictures of classic and historical printing equipment has been produced to raise funds for the Museum of Printing.
NEWS: Mark Stokes of Black Lion Press is looking for print industry golfers to participate in the Great Ormond Street Matteo Golf Day to raise funds for the children's hospital charity.
NEWS: Australia's Outdoor Media Association (OMA) has announced sponsorship of The Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation.
NEWS: Murdoch MacLennan, chief executive of the Telegraph Media Group, has been appointed president of The Printing Charity for 2012.
NEWS: Digital printing company Hollywood Monster has sponsored a video showing a flash mob of street-dancing Santas to raise money for Birmingham Children's Hospital.
NEWS: Signs Express Leeds has provided graphics for a Christmas campaign in support of local children's charity Cash for Kids, which starred singer Matt Cardle.
NEWS: Arctic Paper has supplied 1.8 tonnes of its Munken Polar text 100gsm and cover 300gsm paper to the charity Combat Stress for the production of its new fundraising book.
NEWS: The Printing Charity launched its fundraising 2012 calendar at the RKB Gallery in London recently, with the theme of 'industry people as you've never seen them'.
NEWS: Océ has reached an agreement with MapAction, an international charity for disaster zones of which Prince Harry is a royal patron.
NEWS: Three women from Windsor, UK will drive across Europe in a black cab wrapped with custom graphics printed and fitted by Signs Express Slough.
NEWS: The Printing Charity will take part in the British Association for Print and Communication's (BAPC) annual conference for the first time.
NEWS: Signs Express Norwich has sponsored, manufactured and installed a range of signs for the town's new Hamlet Centre Children's Services building.
NEWS: Wide-format graphics producer Hollywood Monster is helping a national art event by donating £500 worth of materials to the art department at Dudley College.
NEWS: The winners of the Big Bus Challenge, a new design contest run by media owner CBS Outdoor, were named last night at a ceremony at the London Transport Museum.
NEWS: DOOHgood has launched a new effort aimed at raising awareness of the drought affecting the Horn of Africa and the subsequent health crisis.
NEWS: Signs Express Leeds has completed a banner, free of charge, for Harmony Lodge, the Leeds branch of the Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes (RAOB).
NEWS: Vehicle graphics specialist Totally Dynamic has completed a wrap on a Jaguar Sovereign which aims to give the appearance of a Spitfire fighter plane.
NEWS: VML London has commented on its current campaign for Colgate, which links social media activity, public interactivity and digital DOOH media.
NEWS: Signs Express Peterborough has declared support for a local primary school by donating signage to help with its fundraising campaign.
NEWS: A digital billboard situated at the Westfield London shopping centre has been used for an interactive campaign.
NEWS: Conservation charity WWF and Coca-Cola have teamed up to create a 60 x 60' (18 x 18m) billboard made up of Fukien tea plants and pots made of recycled drinks bottles.
NEWS: BAF Graphics has produced a range of graphics for London department store Selfridges, to promote its Project Ocean campaign, which aims to highlight marine conservation issues.
NEWS: Malcolm Lant, owner of the Gateshead Signs Express centre, is to trek up the UK's highest mountain Ben Nevis in aid of charity.
NEWS: Signs Express Milton Keynes has supplied banners and posters for events taking place in the town in aid of the Japan Tsunami Appeal.
NEWS: Clear Channel Outdoor's digital billboards are currently showing the latest news coverage of the Mississippi River floods, as part of a drive to help the victims of the disaster.
NEWS: The DOOHgood organisation is urging digital signage network operators to download content produced by the American Red Cross intended to help victims of the ongoing tornadoes in the USA.
NEWS: Signarama York has produced new external signage for the twelve charity shops run by Saint Catherine's Hospice in North Yorkshire.
NEWS: Hollywood Monster provided all the signage for last Sunday's (May 8th) BRMB Walkathon, a charity event held in aid of Birmingham Children's Hospital.
NEWS: The York branch of sign-maker Signarama has completed an unusual vehicle wrap project in support of a world record attempt currently being undertaken by former soldier Andy McMenemy.
NEWS: Manufacturer EFI has spoken out about the $45,000 (£27,000) donation that it made to the Red Cross in response to the earthquake and tsunami that devastated many parts of Japan last month.
NEWS: Charitable body The Cotswold Canals Trust has had digital signage from AllSee Technologies installed in its conference room, with a view to educating and informing visitors to the site about the work being undertaken to restore the historic waterways.
NEWS: HoF Display Solutions has commented on a donation it made recently to Magpas, a charity providing emergency medical help.
NEWS: Electronics manufacturer Sharp has announced that a number of its employees will be taking part in the 2011 Gran Corsa D'Italia, a fundraising cycle ride in Italy.
NEWS: Industry organisation DOOH4Relief has pledged to help increase both awareness of and funds for the Japanese aid effort, following March 11th's earthquake and tsunami.
NEWS: It has been announced that digital signage company Amscreen will donate £100,000 worth of media space across its network, which is estimated to reach some 25m people each week, to Comic Relief.
NEWS: The Printing Charity has announced it will make its debut as a Northprint exhibitor this May, where it plans to continue building on the Links part of its four-sided approach to assisting people in the printing and graphic display industries and related sectors.
NEWS: Alan Caddick, marketing manager for the upcoming Sign and Digital UK trade fair, has revealed he will follow the show by running the Virgin London Marathon three days later.
NEWS: Marcus Timson, FESPA's sales and marketing director, is to run the London Marathon on April 17th in a bid to raise £2,000 for The Children's Trust.
NEWS: The Printing Charity has reminded the printing and graphic production industries of the support it offers to those in need.
NEWS: A 2011 calendar has been produced by Darrin Stevens, founder of Picfree.co.uk, to raise money for The Printing Charity.
NEWS: Digital out-of-home (DOOH) media company Amscreen has announced that it has donated £100,000 worth of media to Children in Need, to run its interactive mobile campaign.
NEWS: Roland DG marketing manager Lisa Metcalfe completed the Birmingham Half Marathon recently in aid of a diabetes charity.
NEWS: Hampshire Flag has produced a banner to help to encourage people in Portsmouth to join the bone marrow register.
NEWS: Hampshire Flag has donated a bespoke flag to FAB, a Ministry of Defence charitable initiative, for an activity event featuring the Red Devils.
NEWS: The Printing Charity is encouraging members of the print and display industry to sponsor a pair of drivers taking part in an international car rally in aid of the organisation.
NEWS: The Printing Charity has announced its fundraising efforts have been boosted thanks to a £500 donation from Legal and General.