Tricom’s extensive work for nonprofit organizations reflects the firm’s commitment to advancing citizen participation in the civic culture. The range of this commitment is significant in and of itself:
- We have promoted the work of the Center for Information and Research on Civil Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE), which develops and publicizes research on the civic and political engagement of young Americans.
- We have gained coverage for the Lions Clubs’ role in shaping a new era of volunteerism in today’s economy, including the club’s relief efforts in Haiti and its efforts at the 2009 Special Olympics.
- We helped the Economic Policy Institute (EPI) develop and promote its well-researched Plan to Revive the American Economy , a centerpiece for its Agenda for Shared Prosperity.
- We have worked closely with the Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) in its persistent efforts to revitalize the industrial sector and end unfair practices by America’s trading partners.
The key to our success in working with nonprofit, research-based organizations has been a unique capacity for communicating complex data understandably, without diminishing its substance, whether it was providing the National Science Foundation (NSF) with a fully integrated communications plan for promoting the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST), or publicizing the American Institutes of Research (AIR) findings on the international rank of American students on TIMSS tests.
In each of these diverse efforts – and many more – our passion for helping nonprofits has been matched by our professional expertise in securing maximum media coverage for them.