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
reach their goals.

Nonprofits to be seen and heard more than ever. Through our communications and public relations work, clients got in front of key stakeholders to drive change, increase donations, manage crises, and more.

Learn about how our communications and public relations efforts helped clients drive change in their communities. Here are just a few examples:

Project Renewal

Thanks to our press, digital, and print communications campaign supporting the work of its lobbyists, Project Renewal secured $287,000 in City Council funding for a training program that had been defunded by the Council the previous year.

Museum of the City of New York

The Museum of the City of New York saw a 57 percent weekend and 25 percent weekday increase in attendance, thanks to a series of press events we developed to highlight an exhibition.

Claims Conference

Through a national media relations and social media campaign, we helped the Conference on Material Claims Against Germany successfully pressure Facebook to ban Holocaust denial posts.

National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene

We helped National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene’s production of Fiddler on the Roof become the hottest ticket in town, selling out before opening night, and extending from a six-week to a six-month run before moving to an Off-Broadway theater.

Alliance for positive change

Charged with increasing visibility and brand awareness, in less than a year we positioned The Alliance for Positive Change as the media go-to source for information about harm reduction and HIV/AIDS.

Girl Scouts

We secured hundreds of press stories in local, national, and international outlets for Girl Scouts of Greater New York’s Troop 6000, resulting in $2 million in donations from thousands of new donors.


We created a digital video rally with dozens of prominent speakers across New York City. It was viewed over 49,000 times and generated nearly 100,000 impressions on social media, further solidifying AARP NY’s advocacy role.


As BronxWorks experienced a 500 percent increase in food pantry demand, we sprang to action to develop and execute a press plan that consistently delivered local and national stories and resulted in hundreds of thousands of dollars in new support for the organization.