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Pro Bono

 

THE COMMUNICATIONS AGENCY PR IS MAKING A DIFFERENCE

 

Thank you for you interest in our FREE /  REDUCED PUBLIC RELATIONS and MARKETING SERVICES program otherwise known as PRO BONO. The pro bono program is not completely free for all organizations. The program allows nonprofit organizations to receive services at extremely reduced unpublished costs. Organizations may be  responsible for costs associated with press release distribution and out of pocket expensesin some cases. Each organization is different. 

We receive many calls from deserving organizations who need Public Relations and Marketing services at reduced cost for free otherwise known as "Pro Bono."  In keeping with our Pro Bono giving guidelines we only support non profit  501(c)(3) organizations sanctioned by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). 
 
Although we would love to respond favorably to all requests, we cannot and will only contact those organization who fit within our corporate governance. Precedence is given to national organizations representing:
 
  • The Environment
  • Children
  • Education
  • Health and Human Services
  • Civil and Human Rights

We, under no circumstance, provide free services to for profit corporations or individuals. If selected, you will be asked to render a copy of your 501(C)(3) tax exemtion status as designated by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). To begin the process, please email: probono@tcapublicrelations.com
 

 HERE ARE SOME LINKS TO NON PROFITS MAKING A DIFFERENCE


2016 PRO BONO BENEFACTOR:

National Congress of Black Women, Inc, Washington DC
www.nationalcongressbw.org 


 
SEVA.org

Seva was founded in 1978 by a group of medical professionals, counterculture activists, musicians, and compassionate individuals, all dedicated to the alleviation of suffering in the world.  Most notably among them are public health expert Dr. Larry Brilliant, spiritual leader Ram Dass, and humanitarian activist Wavy Gravy.