Since founding in 2011, The O'Hara Project has identified nonprofit support as an important part of the agency's culture. During 2016, The O'Hara Project worked with The Adventure Project (theadventureproject.org), a nonprofit that "adds venture" to empower entrepreneurs in developing countries.
"Each year's nonprofit search renews our commitment in doing our part to promote social good," said Katherine O'Hara, Founder of The O'Hara Project. "enCourage Kids Foundation's commitment to providing smiles during adversity is a mission that inspired us."
The entire O'Hara Project team took part in reviewing over 50 submissions that included local, regional, national and global support. Voting was based on organizational learnings, public relations readiness, message appeal and synergy with staff passions.
"We are beyond thrilled to have been chosen as The O'Hara Project's 2017 pro bono client," said Michele Hall-Duncan, Executive Director at enCourage Kids Foundation. "My team and I look forward to an amazing year of collaboration to expand the enCourage Kids Foundation audience and to increase awareness around our program efforts to uplift and empower children battling medical challenges."
The 2018 pro bono client search will begin in Fall 2017. For more information, please visit www.oharaproject.com/pro-bono-search.html.
The O'Hara Project
The O'Hara Project is a WBENC and MBE-certified integrated marketing firm offering marketing, public relations, social media and ideation services. With a client roster including Fortune 100, start-ups and non-profits, the agency invents and implements solutions that succeed in achieving meaningful connections. For more information, visit oharaproject.com or follow us @oharaproject.
enCourage Kids Foundation
enCourage Kids Foundation encourages all kids facing health challenges to be carefree kids by creating environments and experiences that help them through each step of their medical journey. Their programs reach kids facing a variety of health issues – from those receiving chemo treatments in a clinic to those who live with a chronic illness that may not be visible. For more information, visit encourage-kids.org.
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SOURCE The O'Hara Project