Call it pro bono work, call it community outreach or call it giving back. Whatever the proper term, enlisting Journal staffers to use their talents to aid a charitable organization is no trouble at all.
Since 1973, Waves, Inc. has provided a broad range of services for adults with developmental disabilities in Williamson County, TN. In 1984, Waves added services for children. Now, Waves Early Childhood Learning Program serves children of all abilities including typically developing children and children with developmental delays and disabilities. See how Journal Communications helped Waves reach out to donors and potential clients through video.
GUSTO or Girls Using Scientific Tools for Opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics is a summer camp for girls, ages 9 to 15 from schools and neighborhoods across Nashville. The camp offers them 8 weeks of hands-on instruction in math and science, along with language arts, communication, dance, arts and crafts and even cooking. See how Journal used custom marketing to help raise awareness of the GUSTO program.
For 50 years, United Way of Williamson County has united resources and people with passion and expertise to create innovative, positive and lasting change that improves lives in Williamson County, Tenn. UWWC raises funds to help support more than 30 partner agencies and programs, including the Alzheimer’s Association-MidSouth chapter and BRIDGES Domestic Violence Center. See how United Way Williamson County used content marketing to share success stories with donors.