Ogilvy Washington Welcomes OgilvyConnect 2012 Participants

Sep 11

On Thursday, September 13, Ogilvy Washington will launch its second year of OgilvyConnect, a four session communications training program for nonprofits that serve the National Capital Region.  We are delighted to announce and welcome the following organizations as participants:

ACT for Alexandria, a community foundation that seeks to raise the level and effectiveness of community engagement and giving.
AppleTree Institute for Education Innovation, an organization that aspires to close the achievement gap before children enter kindergarten.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington, a group that helps boys and girls build confidence, develop character, and acquire skills to become productive, civic minded, responsible adults.
Children’s Law Center, a nonprofit that works to give every child in the District of Columbia a solid foundation of family, health, and education.
Doorways for Women and Families, an organization that creates pathways out of domestic violence and homelessness, leading to safe and stable lives.
Family Matters of Greater Washington, a nonprofit devoted to improving individual, family, and community life through professional services and programs for those less fortunate.
Impact Silver Spring, a group committed to building and sustaining community-based networks that support people who are creating social, economic, and civic momentum.
Lydia’s House, an organization that offers transitional housing for abused women and their children.
Metro Teen AIDS, a community health organization dedicated to partnering with young people to end HIV/AIDS.

Through OgilvyConnect, we at Ogilvy Washington aim to help close the gap in social disparities that weigh heavily on our city by providing the participating nonprofits with the communications knowledge, tools, and resources needed to support and advance their missions.

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