Nonprofit PR – How to get your Organization Publicity

Our client in the Sunday New York Post

By Michele Hamparian

Is your nonprofit struggling to find donations? Maybe your nonprofit needs PR to raise its profile in the community.

We recently ran a media campaign for a nonprofit organization that helps young adults, women and veterans find jobs in the tech community. The nonprofit provides a free educational program but they still need to find donors, corporate sponsors and students.

On Sunday, the New York Post ran a big feature on this nonprofit organization, promoting how their programs help lower income students find new careers in tech. The reporter focused his story around a student who turned around his life and career with the help of the nonprofit organization.

The next day, our client told MACIAS PR that students called and wanted to enroll in their program. They also received calls from corporate partners who wanted to hire these students. That’s the power of PR. When the message is targeted, it motivates people to action.

Nonprofit PR – Getting the Word Out

Local newspapers like the New York Post are effective for nonprofit organizations. It reaches the local community – an area where most nonprofits want to reach.

MACIAS PR has worked with many nonprofit organizations from different industries. We have successfully helped them tell their story and promote their organization to their targeted base.

If you’re looking for an experienced nonprofit PR firm, reach out to us. We can give you a strategy over the phone.

Macias PR was named the 2017 Strategic PR Firm of the Year and 2016 and 2015 top PR Firm of the Year – USA by Finance Monthly. The founder – Mark Macias – is a former Executive Producer with NBC and Senior Producer with CBS in New York. He is also a PR contributor with CNBC, providing media analysis, insight and crisis advice on timely business topics.