ServiceSource Hires Environics Communications as PR AoR

March 13, 2012

Washington, March 13, 2012 – ServiceSource, a leading nonprofit disability resource organization that provides a wide range of customized programs for individuals, families, employers and corporate partners, has hired Environics Communications to help raise awareness of its services.

Environics will develop and implement a comprehensive public relations plan to promote ServiceSource and highlight its work to foster a more inclusive and supportive community where individuals with disabilities can succeed and thrive. The PR efforts will include traditional and social media relations, as well as activities to build community awareness about their achievements.

“After a competitive review, we selected Environics Communications because of its wide-ranging experience working with nonprofit organizations and the team’s understanding of our important mission and communications needs,” said Janet Samuelson, president and CEO of ServiceSource. “Our goal is to increase awareness of what ServiceSource offers through our collaborative partnerships, so that people with disabilities will have access to programs that help them achieve their personal and professional goals.”

“The U.S. Department of Labor estimates there are approximately 26 million people over the age of 16 who are living with a disability,” said Environics’ U.S. General Manager Dave Groobert. “ServiceSource is providing innovative support services to those with disabilities including employment, training, housing assistance and other services. It is truly the source for creating opportunities for people with disabilities, and we are proud to add ServiceSource to our U.S. client roster.”

About ServiceSource

ServiceSource is a leading nonprofit disability resource organization providing a wide range of customized programs for individuals, families, employers and corporate partners. The organization’s proven collaborative approach helps foster a more inclusive and supportive community where individuals with disabilities can succeed and thrive.