SHOESTRING Designs Identity, Launches Website for Skyler’s Gift Foundation

SkylersGiftScreenshot SHOESTRING was selected by Tiffany and Stephen Bowen—a defensive lineman for the Washington Redskins to develop the brand and website for Skyler’s Gift Foundation, which they founded in honor and memory of their son Skyler Bowen, who passed away from  →

SHOESTRING Founder Interviewed by MSNBC About Lance Armstrong Controversy, Impact on Foundation

SHOESTRING Founder Interviewed by MSNBC About Lance Armstrong Controversy, Impact on Foundation In a Oct. 17, 2012, MSN/NBCNews.com article, Shoestring founder (and nonprofit PR expert) Hannah Gregory provided insight into the possible negative public relations and fundraising impact the Lance Armstrong controversy will have on his foundation, Livestrong. The article reads: There’s  →

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  →

SHOESTRING Founder to Present Workshop at Nonprofit Social Media Summit in Boston Sept. 18, 2012

Hannah Gregory, SHOESTRING founder and chief creative officer, will present the workshop”Social Media Pitfalls Nonprofits Need to Avoid” at the Nonprofit Social Media Summit in Boston Sept, 18, 2012. Read more about her workshop > See the entire agenda >  →

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  →

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  →

Shoestring Founder to Facilitate Session at 2011 Boston Social Media Summit

Shoestring Founder to Facilitate Session at 2011 Boston Social Media Summit Shoestring founder and chief creative officer Hannah Brazee Gregory will be a panelist at the 2011 Boston Social Media Summit on September 20, presented by the Center for Nonprofit Success. She will join social media experts from Boston area nonprofits,  →

Client Featured on National CBS Evening News

Client Featured on National CBS Evening News The United Warrior Survivor Foundation was the subject of a special segment aired on CBS News to honor Memorial Day, with help from the nonprofit PR experts at Shoestring. >Watch the segment on the CBS News site< (CBS News) Since  →