Two things the GVPR team is passionate about are children and dogs. Each team member has either children, or a dog, or some combination of both. They undeniably bring us all happiness and enrich our lives. When I founded GV Public Relations, I knew I wanted to partner with organizations whose missions were to help children and animals in need. Of course, I wanted to contribute financially to these organizations, but it was also important to me to make a deeper impact and leverage the team’s talents for a greater good. Earlier this year, GV Public Relations started supporting two nonprofit organizations that are dear to our hearts – No Kid Hungry and Paw Works. No Kid Hungry is a nonprofit organization whose sole mission is to help end childhood hunger in America. Paw Works is a Southern California nonprofit animal rescue dedicated to partnering with county and city shelters to give abandoned animals a second chance at life.
In June, GVPR garnered substantial media and social media coverage for No Kid Hungry’s Taste of the Nation culinary festival that took place in Los Angeles on June 5, helping to sell out the event. This festival brought together over 40 LA-based chefs, mixologists and local makers and artisans, as well as renowned chefs from around the country. All of the event’s proceeds went to No Kid Hungry. It was an inspiring day that drew hundreds of attendees, all in support of a great cause. No Kid Hungry also just launched a new summer campaign that provides a hotline for people to call in order to find where free meals are available in their area. Summertime, when schools are not in session, is when children are most in need of access to nutritious foods. You can learn more about this new summer campaign, here.
GVPR is also now on the committee for Paw Works and is helping to put on its annual fundraising Ties and Tails Gala on October 22, 2022. This celebrity-attended black-tie ticketed event will raise critical funds to help the organization rescue thousands of animals in need of homes, as well as help build future animal hospitals. The theme of this year’s Paw Works Gala is Mad Hatter.← Back to Blog