New Jersey-based S3 Agency is doing it again. For the second quarter in a row, the agency has launched its quarterly S FREE philanthropic program which is designed to offer pro-bono services to organizations who are too new, too small, or too non-profit to afford an agency of record. The opportunity is open to New Jersey-based organizations with under $1,000,000 in annual billings or fundraising totals. Call for entries is open through January 31, 2017 at indeedSFREE.com.
This is the second time the agency has offered its S FREE program, The last time was just this past September. The initial recipient of the free services went to Butler-based Congenital Heart Defect Coalition.
Of working with S3, Congenital
Heart Defect Coalition Executive Director said, “We were thrilled to be chosen as the first S FREE client, and working with S3 has definitely taken our marketing to another level, helping us
reach more people with our mission. Any organization who qualifies for S FREE should really stop what they are doing and apply today!”
The S3 Agency will select a new recipient each quarter. Of the program, S3 Agency CEO Denise Blasevick said “At the beginning of the year, many worthwhile businesses and non-profits find themselves struggling with budget planning when it comes to bringing in an agency partner to help them meet their communication goals. That’s why we created S FREE – to provide some of New Jersey’s best organizations the services of a real agency, really free. We are excited to open up the submission process so we can help another organization elevate their brand!”
The agency has done work for BMW of North America, Tetley Tea and Wyndham Worldwide and was inspired to launch the program after providing marketing makeovers for small businesses on MSNBC’s Your Business show.
To be eligible for consideration for S FREE, organizations must:
· Have under $1,000,000 in annual revenue or fundraising
· Be located in New Jersey
· Visit www.ineedSFREE.com and submit an online application by January 31, 2017
The next S FREE recipient will be announced shortly after the January 31, 2017 application deadline.