5W Helps You Make The Most Of Your Resources

Many not for profit organizations today are under more pressure than ever before: declining government funding, an increase in need for services and an intensely challenging fundraising environment have made communicating and connecting with the media, donors and influencers a top-line priority.

Our Team Gets You The Right Kind Of Exposure

With experience ranging from leading cancer institutions to family foundations to universities to Christian Ministries, 5W Public Relations helps not for profit institutions keep their issues and advocacy top-of-mind. We bring a deep understanding of the strategy and tactics required to create the right kind of exposure for our clients, along with years of experience working with leading not for profit organizations.

We Bring Years Of Experience And Years Of Caring

We've helped not for profit organizations including The Jackie Robinson Foundation, The Martin Luther King Jr. Foundation, Aish, Benny Hinn Ministries and Voices Against Brain Cancer meet their goals. 5W Public Relations staff has years of experience in not-for profit PR and we realize what it takes to create the strategy and tactics that create the right kind of headlines for our clients. We care, and it shows in our work.


We are thrilled to have 5W as a partner, working to raise awareness of Voices Against Brain Cancer and the millions of people affected by this disease. 5W's heart and soul is perpetually committed to making sure that the media gives due attention to brain cancer, while remaining tactful and sensitive to the personal nature of the stories they are seeding. We have placed a great deal of trust in 5W's abilities and are continuously impressed by the team's work.
Mario Lichtenstein, FounderVoices Against Brain Cancer
5W has exceeded our expectations many times over and continued to exceed expectations. Their professionalism, pro-activity and attention to our organizations needs are truly astounding. We highly recommend them over any other PR agency.
Rabbi Adam JacobsAish Hatorah