As the marketing budgets of small nonprofits are being diminished or wholly cut because of the economic strain of the COVID-19 pandemic, one Longmont-based marketing communications agency is stepping in and lending their time and expertise to ensure that these organizations can continue to serve the community.
“Since the day we first opened our doors 40 years ago,” explained Lori Jones, president and CEO of Avocet Communications. “Avocet has been committed to working with nonprofits and with organizations that work for the common good. It is our passion center and is woven through every part of our culture.”
Local businesses that Avocet has helped as part of their pro bono program include Light of
Christ church, an ecumenical Catholic community in Longmont, and the Big Idea Project, a
program that prepares high school students to lead life‐long impact and a turn-key
co‐curricular project facilitated in area classrooms by certified teachers.
Since 1980, Avocet Communications, one of Colorado’s leading integrated marketing agencies,
has been helping businesses strategically ignite their growth and position their brands for
success. But winning countless awards, including Colorado’s Top 100 Women-Owned Businesses
by ColoradoBiz magazine, The Denver Business Journal’s list of Top 25 Advertising Agencies in
the state, and BizWest’s Mercury 100, the agency has always had a strong pro bono program.