Co-Communications is a nonprofit marketing company with experience that runs deep. We’ve worked with local, regional, and national nonprofits with a wide range of missions –anti-hunger, cancer research, guide dogs, literacy, prevention, human services, education, environmental, performing arts and the list goes on. Our nonprofit experience also includes a roster of membership organizations seeking support with everything from member communications to media relations, as well as foundations seeking strategic counsel with donor communications.
We’re steadfast in the belief that a nonprofit communications plan should focus on outcomes not outputs –and that clear communication is the key to activating your audiences. Whether you are looking for a nonprofit communications program to attract and activate donors, connect more individuals to services, or engage new partners and stakeholders, we can help.
We really know nonprofits. Two of our team members even hold fundraising certificates from the AFP. We understand that communicating impact is key–and that each audience has unique needs when it comes to understanding impact. We understand that each of these relationships is vital and that a strategic nonprofit communications plan is key for donor acquisition and retention. And, that the value of relationships stems beyond donors to encompass volunteers, strategic partners, media, and community leaders. Let us help you build and nurture those relationships.
Co-Communications’ award-winning nonprofit PR and marketing campaigns are built around research-informed strategies and big ideas. We take the time to understand the needs of each target audience and develop messaging that resonates with and engages them.
Our ongoing integrated marketing campaign for The Palace Theatre focuses on reaching and activating ticket buyers. We develop targeted marketing plans for each show and handle media buying, public relations, and graphic design. In the first year of collaborating with their team, our marketing strategies generated a 100% increase in sold-out shows and bolstered theatre attendance by 11%.
For The Pink Agenda, we embraced influencer relations, PR, and social media for a 12-week campaign leading up to their signature fundraising event. We reached an audience of 1.2 million through PR alone and an additional 4 million through our social media efforts. Storytelling, audience-centric content, and creativity all played integral roles in our success.
Our marketing campaign for Westchester Children’s Museum focused heavily on advocacy, working to rally stakeholders in support of a common cause. A creative campaign, “T.A.G. You’re It!”, social media marketing, and an aggressive PR program helped us secure 1,200 letters of support in favor of building a museum at Rye Playland.
When it came to our work for Guiding Eyes for the Blind, telling great stories was key to helping the nonprofit raise money. What began as a short-term engagement for their annual Golf Classic grew into an ongoing PR program showcasing multiple facets of the organization. Campaign highlights included coverage from top tier media including TODAY, The New York Times, USA Today, The Huffington Post, CBS This Morning, Good Morning America, Katie Couric Show, PEOPLE, Better Homes & Gardens, Good Housekeeping, and ESPN, among others.
Our experience with nonprofit organizations spans a wide range of causes and goals. Whether you’re looking to engage board members, raise money, or attract more program participants, we can help.
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