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Sage Communications

Member since 2016
1315 Walnut Street Suite 1624
Suite 1624
Philadelphia, PA 19107
(215) 209-3037
Locally-Owned
Women-Owned

Sage is a strategic communications firm with a consistent track record of developing and implementing communications plans for nonprofit organizations and institutions, socially-minded companies, foundations and public agencies.

We educate, inform and advocate.

We create, write and implement.

We assess, train and build capacity.

We don’t describe our work as public relations. We’re a firm that enhances and improves communications connected to the issues that affect most people’s lives – education, environment, health and human services, jobs/employment, housing, and community and economic development.

Our writers and strategists are skilled at identifying key audiences and developing messages and communications plans that help to reach, educate, and influence those key audiences. We specialize in taking on complicated issues and making them understandable for audiences who don’t respond well to legal- or political-speak, or industry jargon.

Sage builds strategies and action plans that support organizations’ specific goals or overarching missions. We also connect individuals, nonprofits, and for-profits with similar objectives so they can align with new energy and capacity.

Sage is recognized as a certified women-owned business by the state of Pennsylvania and the City of Philadelphia.

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