Like gears in a machine, communications campaigns often take multiple pieces to make it all work. We love nothing more than being your partner on multi-faceted campaigns.
We love collaboration. At the launch of every project, we hold an “IdeaStorm”, which not only brings us into your organizations’ world, but also forms the foundation of buy-in for the project. We work with your team to ensure that everyone has a voice and input into making the finished project something you all will want to share.

Each campaign is different, so it’s hard to tell you what our approach will be. What we do know is it will be a combo of smart strategy, cool design and savvy words. But this is what we’ve done for other nonprofits:
• To help WithinReach tackle the high vaccine exemption rate in Washington State, we created the Immunity Community communications campaign. We created a brand to communicate the importance of vaccines that benefit the whole community–each of us doing our part to build an Immunity Community. We set the color palette to be bright, hopeful and vibrant to make the materials approachable, and most importantly, shareable. The foundation of the program is a comprehensive action guide full of facts and talking points to help navigate conversations about vaccines. The spiral-bound piece was made small, sturdy and wipeable to weather the daily life as a parent. To spread the message, we created a small notebook, buttons, t-shirts, flyers and a poster. All of these items are fitted with a QR code, so parents can easily access the latest information about vaccines. Read more…
• APPCNC’s team knew that talking with teens about IUDs and birth control implants would not be easy or fun, so with our help we have created a smart campaign that appeals to young adults, their parents and medical professionals. This campaign makes broaching the conversation of birth control easier by using fun, pleasing graphics with accurate and smart copy. The centerpiece of the campaign is a graphic poster comparing the redundancy of the pill to the convenience of an IUD. The posters are currently being displayed in doctor’s offices, community centers and in the local mall’s bathroom stalls. Read more…
• As Audubon North Carolina’s embedded communications team, our 2nd year of work brought a solid strategy and campaign that contributed to astronomical measurable results including increased Facebook followership by 180%, receiving nearly 1 million impression on ad content, increasing traffic to the blog by 47%, and securing 91 news articles over 12 months. Read more…