The O’Hara Project Announces Adaptive Training Foundation as Its 2018 Pro Bono Client

by | Jan 4, 2018

The O’Hara Project has announced the selection of Adaptive Training Foundation, an organization that empowers the human athlete, restores hope through movement, and redefines the limits of individuals with disabilities, as the agency’s 2018 pro bono client.

The O’Hara Project, which specializes in ideation, marketing, public relations and social media, held their annual pro bono client search this Fall offering nonprofits the chance to apply to receive one year (12 months) of free public relations services.

“With the launch of TOP/SF, a Service Disabled Veteran-Owned division of The O’Hara Project that specializes in military marketing, we have made a bold commitment to recognizing and supporting the military and their extended family,” said John O’Hara, SVP of the O’Hara Project, President of TOP/SF and veteran of The United States Marine Corps. “Adaptive Training Foundation’s passion and dedication to disabled veterans and others resonated immediately and only further fueled our commitment to supporting these amazing men and women.”

The entire O’Hara Project team took part in reviewing nearly 60 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.

“Adaptive Training Foundation is extremely grateful and excited about taking the next step in legitimizing the powerful work we do and for the opportunity to share success stories and our mission with others,” said David Vobora, founder of Adaptive Training Foundation.

The 2019 pro bono client search will begin in Fall 2018.

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