CLIENTS AND PARTNERS

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Los Angeles Times
CA.gov
California Natural Resources Agency
National Wildlife Federation
Living Habitats
Homeboy Industries
LA Care Health Plan
Access Books
Ocean Protection Council
Las Fotos Project
From Lot to Spot

EXPERTISE

Communications

From global brands like Nike – to Los Angeles-based nonprofits, we help teams reach audiences authentically in English and Spanish.

Partnerships

Success is a team sport and we´re dedicated to bringing good people together.

Media Relations

We collaborate with journalists to raise awareness for the challenges we face and to uplift the women and men working to make a difference.

PARTNERSHIPS

LA Times photo partnership with Access Books

Literacy Partnership with the Los Angeles Times

In 2019, we secured and shaped a partnership between the Los Angeles Times and Access Books, a trusted nonprofit that has donated over two million new, high-quality books and transformed over 300 school libraries in Los Angeles’ most underserved neighborhoods.

The charitable collaboration included a $100,000 grant from the Los Angeles Times to Access Books and included a series of creative literacy events for kids and families.

National Wildlife Federation Creates Wildlife Murals in Los Angeles

In addition to supporting the National Wildlife Federation’s #SaveLACougars communication efforts, our team dreamed up a collaboration with artist Jonathan Martinez that resulted in a series of colorful murals celebrating Los Angeles’ famous P-22 mountain lion and other native wildlife.

Martinez, known artistically as, Art of the Endangered, juxtaposes elements of fine and street art and stands out as the only urban artist in California, dedicated to painting and generating awareness for wildlife and endangered species, exclusively.

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