Welcome to Acclaro and thank you for your interest in our offer for pro bono agency services!
First a little about us…Acclaro is a strategic marketing and advertising agency. We’ve been around for 14 years and have had the pleasure of working with some of the top brands in nearly every segment of healthcare. Our core belief is that people buy emotionally and justify their buying decisions intellectually. And this is where we excel – creating emotional connections between brands and consumers which drive action.
From our work with not-for-profits we know that driving awareness and creating an emotional connection with your cause are key to the continued growth of your organization. At Acclaro we have some incredibly talented people to help you take both activities to the next level.
Our contribution varies based on the not-for-profit and the specific needs they have but is typically based on a monthly “bank” of creative service hours for an initial period of 12 months.
The first month we will use our time together to:
In ordered to be considered, not-for-profits must meet the following criteria:
If you would like more information or to submit your not-for-profit for consideration please complete the form below and someone will return your inquiry within 48 hours.
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