Since 2007, Prichard has provided communications to social changemakers across the United States to help make the world a better place.
In 2015, we became a Certified B Corporation®, joining a global movement of people using business as a force for good.
Our team shares a deep commitment to public service, community, and change. We have chosen this work because we want to make a difference in the issues we care about and in our communities.
We have the talent, skills and experience to help you define and accomplish your strategic communications and marketing goals.
What Our Clients Say
Meyer Memorial Trust’s strategic redesign centered on how, through equity, we might have a greater impact in Oregon. Prichard Communications helped us turn that focus inward, to our communications systems, to streamline the process of turning ideas into effective messages.
Kimberly A.C. Wilson, Meyer Memorial Trust
Small, community-based nonprofits often don’t have the staff or resources to commit a lot of time or money to communications. Prichard Communications understands that, and they’ve tailored trainings and communications support for our grantees with that in mind.
Laura Nash, Northwest Health Foundation
The Prichard Communications team developed a thoughtful and robust communications strategy for Consano, delivering meaningful ROI—return on Impact—that is creating national visibility for our organization. This strategic vision has increased our ability to help more people touched by illness to ‘heal it forward.’
Molly Lindquist, Consano
The TIME’S UP Legal Defense Fund put me in contact with the PR team at Prichard Communications. Mac Prichard understood the context of my story immediately and with Jenna Cerruti, they quickly walked me through clarifying questions I should ask [the reporter] before going into an on-the-record interview.
Sarah Schacht, Consultant on open government and civic technology strategy
Prichard Communications is excellent to work with. Their expertise and support has been instrumental in our transformation into a more connected and strategic citywide communications program.
Corinne Weiss, City of Hillsboro
As a result of your good advice, I’ve gone from feeling as if we’ll be muddling through this transition to knowing that we’ll be marching confidently.
Jane Stevens, ACEs Connection
When [the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation] needed someone to manage communications for several of our refugee and immigrant programs, we immediately thought of Prichard Communications and we were very pleased.
Ann Christiano, University of Florida