Lagrant Celebrates 20 Years with Community Service Pledge
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Lagrant Celebrates 20 Years with Community Service Pledge

Lagrant Communications, an integrated marketing communications firm that specializes in the Hispanic and African American consumer markets, will celebrate its 20th anniversary in September by committing to yearlong community service projects.

Paul Holmes

LOS ANGELES—Lagrant Communications, an integrated marketing communications firm that specializes in the Hispanic and African American consumer markets, will celebrate its 20th anniversary in September by committing to yearlong community service projects that are aligned with the agency’s corporate social responsibility initiatives of education, healthcare, and arts and culture.

 

Over the course of the next year, each employee of the firm will volunteer 40 hours at a not-for-profit organization of their choice with a healthcare, education or arts and culture mission in Los Angeles, Dallas or Princeton, for a total of 840 employee volunteer hours. The non-profits selected include the American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, Center Theatre Group, Dallas Black Dance Theatre, Para Los Niños, and Public Relations Student Society of America.

 

“Our agency was established in 1990 on social marketing causes and we developed our corporate social responsibility program in 1997 as a way to give back to the communities in which we live and work” says Kim Hunter, president and CEO.

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