Our public relations for nonprofits expertise.
You are making a positive difference in the communities you serve, and as a nonprofit pr firm we are here to help communicate that impact and champion your mission.
Fearey specializes in executing integrated communication and public relations strategies for nonprofits, family foundations, associations, tribal nations, and other organizations making a difference in their communities. Our good for the world expertise areas include Environment, Sustainability & Innovation, Children & Families, Health & Social Issues and Tribal Nations.
We are master storytellers that leverage earned media, owned content, paid media, and digital content. From launching global health programs, championing environmental education and advocacy, and raising awareness to solutions for some of the most pressing humanitarian crises of our time, like homelessness, we are ready to help you elevate your organization’s voice and mission. Our in-house media relations and social media team along with our creative design experts are on the pulse of industry trends and nuances, allowing you to reach your audience effectively with compelling campaigns and messaging.
Our Do Good PR Clients
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- Media Relations
- Content Creation
- Social Media
- Branding & Creative
- Strategic Messaging & Positioning
- Digital and Web
- Event Management
- Issues & Crisis Communications
- Internal Communications
- Community Relations & Public Affairs
The Russell Family Foundation case study
The Russell Family Foundation is a private family foundation based in Gig Harbor, Wash. focused on supporting organizations and grassroots leaders that are tackling environmental and social issues, predominately in the Puget Sound region. Fearey has acted as its agency of record for more than 5 years and provides comprehensive communications support, including external and internal communications, from PR, to social, website and more.
The Samish Indian Nation case study
The 2020 US Census occurs once every 10 years and determines more than tens of thousands dollars in grants for the Samish Indian Nation, an Indigenous tribe located in Anacortes, Washington. Indigenous nations are considered especially difficult communities to count by the Census. To gear up for the survey in April and ensure as many citizens register with the Tribe as possible, Fearey conducted outreach via traditional media and on social media platforms using the Census hashtag #ShareYourStory to raise awareness on the importance of responding to the Census survey.
Trusted Communications & public relations for nonprofits
With our team’s extensive experience and specialized expertise, we have the ability to construct a vibrant Do Good PR strategy tailored to your organization’s requirements. Allow us to breathe life into your authentic narrative and help share your incredible story.
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