Operation BBQ Relief Featured on KCTV-5 Christmas Day

Operation BBQ Relief Featured on KCTV-5 Christmas Day KCTV5 KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - The spirit of giving and the spirit of competition were both at work Tuesday at the City Union Mission. Normally the barbecue pitmasters with Operation BBQ Relief compete, but on Christmas, they were coming  →

Tiffany and Stephen Bowen Launch Skyler’s Gift Foundation

WASHINGTON, DC — Tiffany and Stephen Bowen—a defensive lineman for the Washington Redskins—have launched Skyler’s Gift Foundation in honor and memory of their son Skyler Bowen, who passed away from complications of prematurity last year. The timing of the announcement  →

SHOESTRING Develops Online Interactive U.S. Map that Defines 2012 Tobacco Campaign Contributions for Nonprofit Client Action on Smoking & Health Based in Washington, DC

SHOESTRING Develops Online Interactive U.S. Map that Defines 2012 Tobacco Campaign Contributions for Nonprofit Client Action on Smoking & Health Based in Washington, DC (Washington, DC) Just in time for the closing stretch of the 2012 election season, SHOESTRING (the nonprofit’s agency) has developed and launched an interactive web-based U.S. map that presents all tobacco campaign contributions for each state’s congressional districts. The online  →

SHOESTRING Develops New Website for Action on Smoking & Health, Complete with New Branding

SHOESTRING Develops New Website for Action on Smoking & Health, Complete with New Branding Shoestring developed and launched a new website for ASH (Action on Smoking & Health) which included a full rebranding of the organization complete with a new logo and tagline (“Global action for everyone’s health”). Shoestring worked with the organization to  →

Haiti: 2 Years Later (Report for Salesian Missions)

HaitiReport_400 As the public relations agency of record for Salesian Missions, SHOESTRING has been leading communications efforts for this international aid and development nonprofit. In the days, months and years following the Haiti earthquake, Shoestring worked on crisis communication and media  →

Society for Nonprofit Organizations Selects SHOESTRING for Rebranding

(Livonia, Mich.) The Society for Nonprofit Organizations has selected Shoestring (the nonprofit’s agency) for its rebranding. The nonprofit member organization is working with the nonprofit branding experts at the agency to create a new logo, tagline and look . “As  →

Special Ops Survivors (formerly United Warrior Survivor Foundation) Announces New Name, Unveils New Logo & Website

Special Ops Survivors (formerly United Warrior Survivor Foundation) Announces New Name, Unveils New Logo & Website The United Warrior Survivor Foundation has changed its name to ‘Special Ops Survivors’ as part of a comprehensive rebranding and strategic planning initiative. The nonprofit organization has unveiled its new name, logo and look to the public with the launch  →

Self Esteem Boston Selects SHOESTRING for Communications Audit

Self Esteem Boston Selects SHOESTRING for Communications Audit (Boston, Mass.) Self Esteem Boston has selected SHOESTRING for a comprehensive communications and branding audit. The work will result in a full report and recommendations for improving marketing activities. Self Esteem Boston helps people work on improving their lives from  →

Client (Salesian Missions) Featured on Catholic News Service

(SAN SALVADOR, EL SALVADOR) “Many of these kids would already be dead if they were not here,” says Father Jose Morataya, in a Nov. 16, 2011, Catholic News Service article by Edgardo Ayala. The chilling quote comes from a Salesian priest  →

Saving Lives Still Possible in Horn of Africa: Salesian Missions Urges Donations, Says “We Must Not Be Discouraged”

Saving Lives Still Possible in Horn of Africa: Salesian Missions Urges Donations, Says “We Must Not Be Discouraged” (MissionNewswire.org) Nairobi, Kenya – A famine of massive proportions threatens 12.7 million people in the Horn of Africa who are in urgent need of emergency assistance, according to the U.S. State Department. Aid agencies continue to sound the alarm, warning that  →