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For the greater good: How our work with non-profit organizations supports those who help

“When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.’” — Fred Rogers

At Price Lang Public Relations, we put our best effort into the work we do for every client. Some of that work, however, requires heart and a different kind of dedication. Our non-profit clients offer vital community resources, which we, in turn, are proud to support. From helping children and families find life-changing help through branded campaigns to planning events, creating awareness and coordinating fundraisers, we’re here to aid those who provide direct intervention with services to bolster their individual missions.

Keeping nonprofits top of mind is part of our work. They are often the go-to resource when social issues dominate public conversation, organizations standing by with ready solutions. Long after headlines fade, however, their work continues.

Continuing to be seen and heard as the expert source, with real ways to make a difference, underscores the validity of the work nonprofits do: preventing issues, remedying situations and contributing to a better experience for those who need services the most. Here are a couple of great examples of service in our community:

Rainbow Fleet Resource and Referral staff members facilitate outstanding early childhood experiences for babies, toddlers and their caregivers; our team raises awareness of their many valuable services. We’re part of the planning team for Rainbow Fleet’s first-ever fundraising gala, the Roy G. Biv Ball.

Girls Scouts Western Oklahoma helps girls achieve their potential by facilitating STEM opportunities and leadership development; we help them imagine new partnerships and build momentum around their programs. We look forward to promoting this year’s Cookies and Cocktails event at Girl Scouts’ Camp Trivera headquarters.

The CARE Center offers services to survivors of abuse and prevention; we supported their citywide Paint the Town Blue awareness campaign earlier this year to raise awareness on a bigger scale.

Event support, annual campaigns and special projects come through our door. Sometimes, we help brands change local hearts and minds; other times, we’re here with video services, op-eds and graphic design to showcase their outreach in new ways. Through it all, our team supports their in-house teams and we are each better for the opportunity to work together for the greater good.

Providing logistical support, publicizing the event, creating interview opportunities: we are here for non-profit organizations so they can be here for Oklahomans. Making connections is part of our job. If you know of someone we should meet, please email us. We’re also here to help.



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