Giftcraft Ceo Honored for a Lifetime of Achievements in the Gift Industry

Brampton, ON | February 2018

Trevor Cohen Accepts a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Industry’s Marquee Charitable Event
Giftcraft CEO, Trevor Cohen, was recognized for his decades of innovation, leadership, generosity and commitment to the gift industry by Gift for Life. Mr. Cohen was the recipient of the Chuck Yancy Lifetime Achievement Award at the Annual Party for Life Event held on February 5, 2018 in New York City.

Gift for Life is the gift and home industries’ sole charitable organization, hosting an annual fundraising gala with donations benefiting AIDS research and treatment. This year’s event raised a record-setting $225,000 including a generous donation made by Mr. Cohen on behalf of the Giftcraft Family.

You are invited to enjoy the video honoring Mr. Cohen as he shares his journey in the gift industry.
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About Giftcraft,
Giftcraft is an industry-leader in the areas of design, manufacturing and distribution of a comprehensive assortment of Lifestyle, Fashion, Decor, Giftware, Health, Wellness and Gourmet products. Offering best-in-class sales and service, Giftcraft supports the product needs of a diverse network of more than 25,000 independent, specialty and marque retailers throughout North America. Giftcraft proudly boasts a number of award-winning exclusive brands under the Giftcraft umbrella including Charlie Paige™ and Yo Sox™ Fashion Brands, For Tea’s Sake™ Premium Gourmet Tea, Hint Mint™ and our line of Health & Wellness Products for the Body & Home, Earth Luxe™.

About Gift for Life and DIFFA,
Gift for Life unites the gift and home industries against AIDS with more than $5 million raised since its inception in 1992. In 2008, Gift for Life selected DIFFA: Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS, one of the largest funders of HIV/AIDS service and education programs in the U.S., as its sole charity partner. Since its founding in 1984, DIFFA has mobilized the immense resources of the design communities to provide more than $42 million to hundreds of AIDS organizations nationwide. More information is available at and at