We're volunteering to help Long Island's greatest champion of homeless pets and we want you to join us. Hint: Its actually great for business!
While it certainly may be a bit of a stretch to see opportunity in this existential emergency, we do now have the ability to “re-stock” our communications capabilities while business as usual is on hold.
At Cahill Strategies, communications campaigns are an opportunity to dig into a client's business and tell their story. Of all the stories we tell, nothing moves us quite like those of our non-profit clients that work to enrich, enhance, and improve the lives of so many people.
Neighborhood House is now conducting intake sessions for the Winter 2017 program. Services are completely free and run by licensed mental health professionals trained in grief and traumatic loss.
Inside the expansive Port Jefferson Village Center, students and teachers discussed how to recognize and diffuse bullying in schools and on social media. Participants also talked about how to recognize and understand teens in crisis and those contemplating suicide and how taking a proactive approach can save lives.
The 2016 election cycle has been one of the most tumultuous in recent history not only on the national stage, but in the N.Y. Metro and Long Island regions.
Sometimes you get to return to a place you’ve been to and learn even more...