Nonprofit and crisis public relations strategists.

All nonprofits have a story to tell. Let us help you tell your unique story.

You want the world to know the good you are doing so you can do more. You need visibility to assure that your target audiences know you exist, how you are changing the world, and why you are worthy of their support.

That’s where we come in. Over the past quarter of a century, Farr Marketing Group (FMG) has helped nonprofits in all sectors create effective communications strategies and then implement those strategies to achieve tangible results.

Don’t take our word for it. Ask the more than 100 nonprofits we have collaborated with — in the Southern California region as well as nationally.

Whatever your mission, we know it — Jewish community causes, health, substance abuse, special needs, homelessness, affordable and senior housing, literacy, education, the arts, after-school programs, aging, veterans rights, environmental, animal rights, career training and more.

But that’s not all we do. We also help nonprofits and for-profits with sensitive crisis management situations. Handling a crisis, especially when it involves a nonprofit, requires specialized skills and extensive experience. You have spent years building your reputation. In today’s digital world, it can all come crumbling down in the blink of an eye — unless you are ready.

The third industry where we shine is in the senior living industry both for nonprofits and for-profits.  Whether it is a CCRC with multiple locations or one facility, we have represented some of the largest and most respected senior care organizations.

If you want a boutique, hands-on, results-driven partner to create, and drive your marketing/public relations strategy, we are here to help.

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Testimonial from Design for Sharing, a nonprofit that introduces students from schools without music programs to classical music productions at UCLA.  Our services were sponsored by our client The Samuel Goldwyn Foundation:

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Dear Mr. Goldwyn:

“On behalf of Design for Sharing, I thank you for making possible our feature story in the recent edition of the Los Angeles Times.  It’s difficult for smaller non-profits to get press coverage, but because of you, Design for Sharing was featured with an entire half page story with color photos…..

“Providing the services of Harvey Farr and the Farr Marketing Group was invaluable to us.  In our 35 year history, it’s the first time the LA Times has covered our organization. Mr. Farr was instrumental in obtaining the coverage and generously sharing his knowledge with us….

“Your additional support of a publicist was invaluable.  Countless readers learned about the good work Design for Sharing has been providing for 35 years.”  — Barbara Dobkin, President, Board of Directors

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