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Creative agency's new program could score small businesses, nonprofits some free help

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The S3 Agency partners, Adam Schnitzler, left, chief creative officer, and Denise Blasevick, CEO.
The S3 Agency partners, Adam Schnitzler, left, chief creative officer, and Denise Blasevick, CEO. - ()

Does your New Jersey organization need help with its advertising and public relations? Boonton-based creative group The S3 Agency may have the answer with its new S Free philanthropic program.

Through the S Free program, The S3 Agency said in a news release Friday, it will donate “the powers of its creative team” to local businesses or nonprofits that are “too small, too new or too nonprofit to afford them.”

A company selected for the S Free program could receive anything from branding to an advertising campaign to a new website or more, The S3 Agency said.

“At S3, doing good is as important as doing good work, and S Free gives our team another chance to give back,” Denise Blasevick, founding partner and CEO, said in a prepared statement. “There are great organizations out there who deserve to have their message heard, but just can’t afford an agency like ours. Startups, family businesses, meaningful nonprofits. That’s who we want to help.”

The S3 Agency said companies must be located in New Jersey and have less than $1 million in annual revenue or fundraising.

“While we love working with our national and international clients, S Free is a different way for our talented team to give back,” Adam Schnitzler, founding partner and chief creative officer, said in a statement, “and to get even more inspired in the process.”

Interested organizations can apply at www.ineedSFREE.com by Sept. 30, The S3 Agency said.

The S3 Agency will choose a new client each quarter, with the first one selected shortly after the application deadline.

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