The O’Hara Project Announces Third Annual Open Search for Pro Bono Client

by | Nov 15, 2017

The O’Hara Project, an integrated marketing firm serving Fortune 500 clients and start-ups, announces the agency’s annual search for a nonprofit organization to become their 2018 pro bono public relations client.

The agency—which specializes in ideation, marketing, public relations and social media—offers one year of public relations services at no charge, to assist a nonprofit in raising awareness of their mission. Since its founding in 2011, The O’Hara Project identified nonprofit support as an important part of the agency’s DNA and dedication to giving back.

In 2017, The O’Hara Project worked with enCourage Kids Foundation, an organization that encourages all kids facing health challenges to be carefree kids by creating environments and experiences that help them laugh, play and have fun each step of their medical journey, to create media impact, increase awareness and drive donations.

“Nonprofit support has always been a part of The O’Hara Project’s mission,” explains Katherine O’Hara, founder of The O’Hara Project. “It allows us to connect in a meaningful way with causes that inspire us while reminding ourselves that our talents can truly help remedy real world problems.”

To apply for consideration, visit http://oharaproject.com/pro-bono-search and submit the provided form by December 11, 2017. The O’Hara Project will announce the selected pro bono client on its website on December 18, 2017.

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