Infinite Public Relations has a long history supporting non-profit organizations through its pro bono program, including:
- Advocacy for Patients with Chronic Illness, a non-profit founded by Jennifer Jaff in 2006. We have provided full PR services for Advocacy since its inception, assisting with high-profile media placements and training. With our help, Jennifer has appeared in The New York Times, USA Today, Time, Money, and many other publications and TV outlets.
- The Innocence Project, a national litigation and public policy non-profit dedicated to exonerating wrongfully convicted individuals. We have assisted this organization with media strategy and logistical support, including drafting op-eds and reporter outreach. Working with Policy Director Stephen Saloom, we are currently engaged in helping to persuade NY State legislators to pass badly needed reforms that would help prevent people from being wrongly accused in the first place.
- HomeAid Northern California is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1999 as the charitable arm of the Home Builders Association of Northern California. One of the region’s most active homeless agencies, HomeAid builds and renovates shelters for the transitionally homeless in nine San Francisco Bay Area counties in collaboration with the homebuilding industry and its vendors, partners, and suppliers. In addition to providing a safe, comfortable home, the shelters typically offer counseling and job training as core components of their programs.
Infinite PR assists HomeAid with creating targeted media lists, drafting press releases and talking points, and conducting direct media outreach to journalists as necessary. On April 20, 2012, Infinite PR handled HomeAid's "3rd Annual Hope for the Homeless Benefit" comedy show at Lesher Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek, CA, where more than 800 people attended the highly anticipated event. Entertainer Howie Mandell headlined the comedy show; past headliners include Martin Short and Dana Carvey (Infinite PR also assisted with those events).
- National Center for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is considered the center of excellence for research and education on the prevention, understanding, and treatment of PTSD. The Center has seven divisions across the country that strive to advance the science and promote the understanding of traumatic stress. IPR worked with the Boston-based branch of the Center to help promote its clinical programs designed for military couples dealing with PTSD-related relationship issues, and further the visibility of the group and lessen the impact of PTSD on military families.