When anyone mentions animal advocacy, rescue or educational organizations people often think of the Humane Society of the United States, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals and the World Wildlife Fund to name just a few.
These groups have many thousands of supporters and deep pockets when it comes to public relations. Well-funded animal advocacy groups also make good use of the thousands of volunteers and donors that support them through social media sharing, grass roots fund raising and social responsibility crusading. All these efforts help raise awareness about the good work these organizations do.
Organizations with small budgets can also benefit from PR to help increase donations and influence legislation in support of animals. Ripley PR’s tactics for animal welfare organizations are done carefully and strategically, and can help your organization reach more donors, improve your community relations, and increase visibility without breaking the bank.
We support organizations dedicated to helping educate others about the world’s furry, fuzzy and feathered friends, and our team has volunteered many hours to help these worthy groups in their efforts to improve the condition of animals of all kinds. We have partnered with animal-friendly clients in achieving public awareness of their work, helping them gain visibility for their cause amidst the crowded competition for the animal welfare dollar.
It’s not easy to stand out among all the groups vying for attention and notoriety, however, we can help. By hiring a firm that has a solid reputation in PR, and a record of giving back as well, you know you’ll feel good about your decision. You’ll get a professional PR agency with a top-notch track record in getting your group the kind of attention you want, and you will be working with like-minded individuals who actually care. It’s a win-win partnership.
Why settle for less? Call Ripley PR to learn how we can turn your organization around by helping you help more animals than you ever thought you could.
This post was written by Heather Ripley, Founder/CEO on January 17, 2018