We have been consistently named as one of the top firms serving nonprofit organizations: City & State’s Political PR Power 50 and Observer’s Pr Power 50.

We help nonprofits

Communications that move people to action.

Effective communications help connect, engage, and inspire people to action. We take a deep dive to learn about our clients’ issues, programs, and strengths. We get to know their goals and audiences, and, we constantly look for new opportunities, and tell stories for maximum impact.

You won’t see us
as a consultant. 

You’ll feel we’re a part
of your team.

Recognized by the Observer as one of the most powerful nonprofit and public affairs PR firms. “That’s quite a feat,” they wrote about our results.

We are a full-service communications firm that works exclusively with nonprofits representing: social services and housing, health and behavioral health, youth and education, arts and culture, business and community development, advocacy, and more. 

We specialize in building clients’ brand recognition and reputation, and deepening and expanding stakeholder relationships and partnerships. 

Our team consists of practiced professionals with comprehensive expertise in nonprofit communications, media relations, policy and advocacy, digital communications, and journalism.

Our work is focused on ensuring your nonprofit reaches its goals.

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“We transitioned all our communications activities to anat. and got an amazing team that exceeds our expectations and gets us great results.”

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Cal Hedigan

CEO, Community Access

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“Creative, energetic, connected. The anat. team knows how to find and tell stories to capture the attention of broad audiences and get them excited.”

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Joshua Mack

Vice President of Marketing, Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust

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“When a crisis hit, the anat. team was with us what seemed like 24/7, exploring every angle, asking the right questions, providing sound advice. At one point I even jokingly asked if we were their only client.”

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David Woodlock

Former CEO, Institute for Community Living (ICL)

We have been consistently recognized as one of the top firms serving nonprofit organizations.