Social impact and nonprofit organizations

Successful nonprofits need a powerful support team that understands their unique outreach and messaging challenges.

Nonprofit managers work hard, day in and day out, to stay afloat: hiring and training staff, managing projects and overhead costs, keeping donors and board members happy, and developing creative new ideas.

816 New York supports you and your staff—from promoting special events to strategizing to meet organizational goals—so you can focus on what you do best.

Since 2009, our award-winning New York City brand strategy and communications agency has branded and promoted nonprofit organizations. We are most passionate about civic engagement, education, animal rescue, and veterans.

  • Company & Product Naming
  • Brand Positioning & Voice
  • Brand Messaging & Taglines
  • Competitive & Market Analysis
  • Communications Strategy

  • Logo & Visual Systems
  • Brand Style
  • Marketing & Stationery Templates
  • Signage & Trade Show
  • Print & Digital Design

  • Digital & Content Strategy
  • Mobile & Chat Marketing
  • Email Marketing
  • SEO
  • UX & Web Design

We are actively seeking to work with international social impact causes and nonprofits!

Strategic Guide

Always Lacking Time & Money: How to prevent dedication from becoming burnout

  • Scheduling: Solutions for effective calendaring and organizing posts and emails
  • Automation: Build systems around repetitive tasks
  • Content development: Save hours on content-gathering and creation
  • Team-building: Identifying resources in the community
  • PLUS: Our exclusive Nonprofit Toolkit to get you started today!

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Comms Strategy

Creating an effective communications plan for your nonprofit—and why it’s important

For any nonprofit, a strategic, measurable, well-defined communications plan can be the difference between short-lived progress and long-term success.

A good communications plan will help your nonprofit reach out to those in your corner—and those you want in your corner: your stakeholders and board, donors, constituents, and more.

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