TORONTO, WINNIPEG and VANCOUVER, May 7, 2021 /CNW/ – Argyle, one of Canada’s largest communications advisory firms, is offering pro-bono communications training, consulting and coaching to Canadian charities with mandates or programs related to advancing equity, inclusion and social justice.
Argyle Community Day will take place virtually on June 9, 2021 and feature learning and dialogue on Canadian and global communications trends, communications and brand-building strategy, breakthrough creative marketing, earned media, social and digital media, public and stakeholder relations, community engagement, and ESG-related opportunities from Argyle’s leaders and consultants.
“The past year has been a time of trial for the non-profit sector, but it has also illuminated the need for social change, creating new opportunities to serve communities’ changing needs,” says Argyle CEO Daniel Tisch. “Argyle has always been driven by its ambition to apply our communications skills to help build a healthier, more sustainable society, and to help leaders communicate with confidence. We’re excited to provide these services to organizations helping to build more equitable communities.”
Starting today, applications are open to all registered Canadian charities and non-profit organizations, regardless of location. Argyle encourages organizations to apply if they believe their team can benefit from this training, and organizational values align with the Argyle purpose of communicating truth and earning trust through relationships, to help build a healthier, more sustainable society.
Interested applicants are asked to fill in this application form to share their stories, interests and impact on the community. Applications will close on May 21, 2021 and selected organizations will be contacted on May 28, 2021.
For more than 40 years, Argyle has been chosen by the world’s biggest brands to help them communicate with confidence. Argyle has since grown to become one of North America’s largest and most acclaimed management-owned communications consultancies.
Argyle’s clients span many sectors, including finance, technology, education, healthcare, agribusiness, travel, professional services, infrastructure, government, non-profits and many more. The firm has more than 120 employees in major North American cities, including Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Ottawa and Washington, D.C.
PRovoke Media, the leading source of analysis and insight on the international public relations industry, named Argyle one of the top five global “fast movers” in PR in 2019, and Canadian Agency of the Year for 2020.
For further information: Kyra Marskell, Argyle, T: 416-968-7311 ext. 226 E: firstname.lastname@example.org