Quadrant MSL launches social impact service with pro bono programme for not-for-profits
Quadrant MSL, leading strategic communications and public relations firm in Nigeria, announces the launch of its impact programme, with free strategic communications advisory services to non-governmental organisations across Nigeria and Africa.
This social impact effort is part of the activities to mark the International Volunteer Day – a global celebration of volunteerism and the humanity of community contribution. The firm will commence the programme on December 5, 2022, with [six] selected not-for-profit organisations that will receive support tailored to their needs and goals over a three-month period.
As part of the programme, these organisations will also benefit from a comprehensive communications training course, facilitated by Quadrant MSL’s leading professionals and industry partners. The one-day training will offer a guide to communications resources and best practices that will help participants navigate the stakeholder landscape and sustain their outreach tactics over time.
Interested organisations can participate in the programme by completing an online application form by 6PM, December 4, 2022. Following participant’s entries, the firm will announce the selected participants on International Volunteer Day, December 5, 2022.
The programme stems from the firm’s commitment to enhancing the capacity of non-for-profit organisations to achieve the desired impact and value for communities across the nation and continent.
“As seemingly commonplace as communications is, it still remains inaccessible to non-profit sectors that do not receive enough funding for robust engagement” says Oluwarantimi Olaniyan, Business Lead at Quadrant MSL..“This initiative will not just offer these organisations the resources to reach their target beneficiaries, but will also bridge connections between their current and prospective partners, donors and volunteers. We encourage companies to adopt volunteering in their social impact initiatives; we are only walking our talk.”