Qorvis to Lend a Hand to Operation HOPE
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Qorvis to Lend a Hand to Operation HOPE

Qorvis Communications has signed on as agency of record for Operation HOPE, a national non-profit organization seeking to bring economic self-sufficiency and revitalization to America’s inner city communities.

Paul Holmes

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Qorvis Communications has signed on as agency of record for Operation HOPE, a national non-profit organization seeking to bring economic self-sufficiency and revitalization to America’s inner city communities. 

Qorvis will help create and roll-out a national communications plan to raise awareness and garner support for the organization, which offers financial literacy programs to underserved and underprivileged communities across the country.

The partnership follows a recent project in which Qorvis helped publicize the opening of Operation HOPE’s newest HOPE Center, located in the Anacostia district of Washington, D.C.

Operation HOPE is the second premiere civil rights organization to retain Qorvis. The agency also represents The National Urban League.

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