Communications agency Words by Nuance launches search for charity partner

Charities and not-for-profit organisations can apply to become the major charity partner of PR agency Words by Nuance in a deal that could be worth $25,000.

The announcement:

Sydney communications consultancy Words By Nuance has kicked off the search for a charity partner
for 2018.

The chosen charity or not-for-profit will receive $25,000 worth of strategy, copywriting and content creation support over 12 months, with a view to a longer-term pro bono relationship.

Established in 2012, Words By Nuance delivers a range of services, from digital copywriting and
content creation, to brand strategy and tone of voice development.

While Nuance has worked with a number of charity partners over the years, including Lifeline, House with No Steps, the Starlight

Foundation and OzHarvest, this is the first time they have sought to form a major partnership.
“While we will continue to support multiple charities, we’d like to make a serious commitment to one,

enabling us to add some significant value,” says Words By Nuance Founder, Emma Heath. “The not-
for-profit sector is hugely competitive, so communications make a huge difference. By contributing our expertise free of charge, we hope to help our chosen partner achieve goals they may otherwise struggle
to realise – whether it involves fundraising, community engagement, or launching a new initiative.”

Source: Words By Nuance press release


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