Lionfish Impact Partnership announces more than $1.2 million For Northwest nonprofits
October 23, 2012 · Updated 5:34 PM
Redmond's Lionfish Impact Partnership announced that it will annually select a regional nonprofit to receive a $250,000 award. The purpose of the multi-year program: to enhance the strength of nonprofits through heightening their brand and marketing communications programs, thereby catalyzing the organizations’ development and fund-raising efforts.
Candidates must be recognized as 501(c) tax-exempt, based in Washington, Oregon, Idaho or Alaska and will be selected by RFP application (available at www.impact.lionfishcreative.com). The selected organizations will receive a 12-month engagement that will be tailored to their specific needs, utilizing Lionfish’s proprietary “teach them to fish” method, which has garnered national attention and is designed to enable the recipients to independently utilize the strategy long-term.
Lionfish Impact Partnership is a consortium of companies coming together to impact the success of the nonprofit community. Its partners include: Amplified Impact SPC, CCS Printing and Nityia Przewlocki Photography.
Lionfish, a Redmond-based creative services firm, has a long-standing practice of corporate citizenship and was acknowledged by the Puget Sound Business Journal as the region’s fourth most philanthropic company in its category for 2012.