BIZ DEV: O'Hara Project Selects The Adventure Project As Recipient Of Free PR For A Year

Back in September, The O'Hara Project launched a pro bono client search to find a non-profit company to donate a year's worth of public relations services. After reviewing close to 50 entries, The O'Hara Project selected The Adventure Project as winner of its 2016 pro bono client search. The Adventure Project was founded in 2010 to create jobs in developing countries. The company trains people to become profitable entrepreneurs, so they can better serve their communities. In five years, The Adventure Project created more than 800 jobs in India, Haiti, Kenya and Uganda. These entrepreneurs now provide lifesaving services to more than one million people every day. The entire O'Hara Project team took part in reviewing the entries and voted based on organizational learnings, public relations readiness and message appeal. "The Adventure Project is incredibly honored to be the first recipient of The O'Hara Project's pro bono public relations support," said Becky Straw, co-founder and CEO of The Adventure Project. "This opportunity will help us shape our mission and amplify our message, so we can empower thousands of people living in poverty to become profitable entrepreneurs. We are excited to work alongside the O'Hara Project's accomplished team and reach new audiences with our story."
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