Digital grants to help nonprofits

Paul Gregory Media has given digital marketing grants to five nonprofit organizations that participated in the Giving DuPage Days fundraiser.

NAMI DuPage, Love Christian Clearinghouse, The GardenWorks Projects, Parents Alliance Employment Project and The Backpack Project each received a grant worth $2,500 for use on digital marketing projects.

The Naperville-based media company also plans to give a second round of five $2,500 grants to local nonprofit organizations that have been dealing with the ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Owner Paul Feith said in a news release that many nonprofit organizations are at risk because they don't have the ability or money to transfer all of their resources to virtual or digital options. The grants are his company's way of providing help.

Recipients for the second round of grants will be chosen based on need, projected impact and alignment with the services Paul Gregory Media provides. To apply, visit

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