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.

Introducing Practice Areas

Our firm has grown over the past year—we’ve welcomed a number of new clients and brought on some amazing new colleagues. We continue to be extremely fortunate to exclusively support nonprofits and to do work to advance individual missions and the whole sector. We’re proud of a recent Crain’s cover story we placed about the need to address contracting and on-time payment issues for the sector.

Given the growth of our firm and the diversity of nonprofits we serve, we have created specialized practice areas in advocacy, arts and culture, community development, health and behavioral health, and social services. Managing our work through practice area teams will build our expertise and enable us to even better serve our clients. 

Moving forward, our newsletters and Insights will look a bit different. Our practice teams will take turns offering their advice and expertise to support your work. If you know someone who would benefit from this type of advice, please invite them to sign up for this newsletter at the bottom of this webpage. 

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