There are countless nonprofits vying for the attention of the general public. We help you identify your most influential and passionate audience members, streamline your important messaging, and tailor your outreach. We believe that targeted, timely, and contextual communication is paramount to moving the needle in any nonprofit organization.
Integrated communications firms can make a drastic difference in a nonprofit’s marketing efforts. At Bloom, we streamline and develop your communication channels while keeping your overall mission at the forefront of our strategy. Our research-based marketing and PR tactics:
- Attract donors
- Increase/retain participants or volunteers
- Public awareness campaign
Nonprofit Sector Agency Capabilities
At Bloom Communications, we provide market research, public relations, and marketing support to nonprofits focused on:
- Animal Welfare
- Educational Access & Services
- Environmental Issues
- Health Services & Improvement
- Human & Social Services
- Issue Advocacy
Trust a marketing and PR firm that will always keep your goals in mind. Take a look at our past successes in Portland, Austin, and across the nation.
When Social Media and Social Injustice Collide
Social media is like wildfire. The speed at which information spreads through the medium is rather impressive, and you can’t help but stare and be drawn to the flame. And, perhaps, fan the flame. The viral nature of social media makes it the perfect partner for inciting change when it comes to critical issues like social injustice.
2021 Communications Trends: Brand Positioning
Most brands had to shift this past year to meet the needs of their clients, customers, and bottom lines. But 2021 brings something new—an increasing level of expectation for brands to be real and authentic. To put it simply, and whether you like it or not, brands are being held to a higher standard and customers are expecting complete accountability and transparency. Below is the first installment of top trends to pay attention to this year. Stay tuned for part two of my trends forecast on audience research and engagement.