Boutique Not-for-profit PR Firms


Considering your budget, a boutique PR firm is the right match for your business. Three boutique PR firms that work with not-for-profit businesses are Macias PR, Dale Curtis Communications and Feintuch Communications. Learn more about the three firms below:


Macias PR develops every media campaign with an insider knowledge of the elements needed for a compelling news story that position your brand as a leader with the media. They work closely with their clients to develop the strongest narrative that ignites intrigue with journalists and consumers.

The founder of Macias PR, Mark M. Macias, has worked inside the newsrooms of NBC, CBS, KTVK, Arizona Republic and American Journal. As the Executive Producer with WNBC in New York and a nationally syndicated NBC business show, Macias approved and vetted story ideas from publicists, reporters, producers and viewers. This editorial and programming experience gives their passionate team an edge when it comes to securing prominent news placements. It’s like having an Executive Producer on your team.

Macias PR could be a good match for your business because they have led publicity and crisis media campaigns for local, national and international nonprofits.

A targeted media campaign helps nonprofits on a multi-faceted front, including driving awareness for your cause, fundraising, promoting an event/gala and motivating volunteers.

Public relations is the most cost-effective way to speak directly to your supporters. As a firm, they are also dedicated to the mission of giving back. Macias PR donates 10 percent of all revenue to charitable causes and they offer discounted PR rates to all 501(c)3 organizations.

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Launched in 2009, Dale Curtis Communications provides public relations and content services to corporate and nonprofit clients who need expert help in honing their messages, gaining positive visibility and advancing their agendas, particularly in the public affairs sphere.

They could be a good match for your business because founder and CEO Dale Curtis offers more than 25 years of Washington communications experience, including senior positions in government, business and the media. He is supported by a team of communications and policy experts bringing decades of combined experience and well-developed skills in a range of issues and tactics.

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Feintuch Communications enjoy decades of experience in developing and implementing successful public relations programs for organizations of all types and sizes – from emerging companies to non-profits, associations and the Fortune 500.

They could be a good match for your business because in their delivery of sophisticated public relations services, they focus on specific needs – such as media relations, new product launches and digital news rooms – as well as broader-based initiatives including industry analyst campaigns, trade and consumer outreach, awards and honors programs, speaking platforms and association marketing.

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