MORRISTOWN, N.J., Nov. 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The O'Hara Project (oharaproject.com) today announced the selection of The Adventure Project (theadventureproject.org) as the recipient of their 2016 Pro Bono Client Search.
The agency, which specializes in ideation, marketing, public relations and social media, held a 45-day open search offering nonprofits the chance to receive one year (12 months) of public relations services at no charge.
"Every assignment has goals and measurements of success," said Katherine O'Hara, Founder of The O'Hara Project. "When a project's goal is to contribute to community and global change, it demonstrates to staff the amazing strength and reach of our collective talents."
The entire O'Hara Project team took part in reviewing nearly 50 entries and voted based on organizational learnings, public relations readiness, message appeal and synergy with staff passions.
"The Adventure Project is incredibly honored to be the first recipient of The O'Hara Project's pro bono public relations support," said Becky Straw, Co-Founder and CEO of The Adventure Project. "This opportunity will help us shape our mission and amplify our message, so we can empower thousands of people living in poverty to become profitable entrepreneurs. We are excited to work alongside the O'Hara Project's accomplished team and reach new audiences with our story."
Since founding the O'Hara Project in 2011, the agency has identified nonprofit support as an important part of the agency's culture: garnering millions of impressions for its nonprofit clients.
The 2017 Pro Bono Client Search will begin Fall 2016. 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.
The Adventure Project
The Adventure Project was founded in 2010 to create jobs in developing countries. They "add venture" capital to disrupt the cycle of poverty by training people to become profitable entrepreneurs, so they can serve their communities. In five years they created over 800 jobs in India, Haiti, Kenya and Uganda. Those entrepreneurs are now providing lifesaving services to over one million people every day. To learn more, visit: theadventureproject.org.
SOURCE The O'Hara Project