Author Archives: Angela Altus

A 1,000 Hour Impact

In August, Emanate dedicated 1,000 hours of agency time to support community service projects we are passionate about that also align with the UN’s Millennium Development Goals. We’re proud to report that we met our 1,000 hour commitment, but prouder … Continue reading

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Supporting Feeding America’s Nutrition Mission

Emanate is excited to work with Feeding America, the leading domestic hunger-relief organization, whose mission is to feed those in need through a nationwide network of member food banks and to engage the country in the fight to end hunger. … Continue reading

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A Lesson from the Non-profit Sector in Reaching Your Audience

What is one of the first things we learn as PR professionals? Know your audience – what they read, love…what their triggers are. That way, we are not only reaching our desired group of people, but affecting them and, at … Continue reading

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Community Activation Fights Hunger in America

According to Feeding America, 1 in 6 people across the United States go hungry or are at risk of going hungry. In New York City alone… Approximately 1.4 million people — mainly women, children, seniors, the working poor and people … Continue reading

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Relevance Effect: Emanate’s Commitment to the Community

At Emanate, we believe in serving as a positive force in the communities in which we live and work, and helping Emanators find a path to support causes they believe in. We also serve our clients with an approach we … Continue reading

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Have You Heard of Summit Series?

At a luncheon a few months back I met a gentleman who, like many fathers would, began talking about his son. I asked what his son did for a living and he said well…it’s an interesting story and actually, Men’s … Continue reading

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A Sustainable (Compoundable) Social Impact

Last week, I invested in helping rural women succeed in South Africa. I did not make a cash donation, or extend a loan to be returned. I invested in a specific cause, and now underserved women in South Africa are … Continue reading

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Supply & Demand of the Nonprofit Sector: How to Make the Connection

Americans are volunteering in unprecedented numbers. According to the Trend Report, 63.4 million Americans over the age of 16 volunteered in 2009, an increase of almost 1.6 million from the previous year. This spans the Millennial generation embarking on cause-related … Continue reading

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