As a marketing firm in Beaufort, PickleJuice Productions has always appreciated the hard work the local non-profits do and has assisted with small pro bono projects for these organizations. This year, PickleJuice has developed an opportunity to meet bigger goals by donating their creativity and services to one nonprofit organization – in an attempt to improve their Visual Identity, Brand Strategy & Marketing Communications for one full year. This new project is called PickleJuice Productions Projects for Purpose.
Ginger Wareham, Founder and Creator of PickleJuice Productions commented, “We’ve always tried to do our part to help our local non-profits pursue their missions more effectively. In the past, this assistance often began with a request from a nonprofit organization. They needed a logo, a poster, a website, a t-shirt design or banners for an event and we delivered a solution.
“More often than not, nonprofits are forced to prioritize operational & program costs, therefore neglecting important investments in their creative & marketing communications. PickleJuice Projects for Purpose allows us the opportunity to make a significant impact by helping a non-profit organization not just today but for years to come.”
LowCountry Habitat for Humanity has been chosen the 2016 recipient of the PickleJuice Projects for Purpose.
LowCountry Habitat Executive Director, Chet Houston said, “We are thrilled to be chosen as the inaugural recipient non-profit for the PickleJuice Projects for Purpose and can’t wait to see their creativity at work for LowCountry Habitat.”