Originally published on DigitalJournal.com

September 22, 2015

Faircom New York proudly announces the beginning of its partnership with the international development nonprofit TechnoServe.

TechnoServe joins a cadre of diverse clients at Faircom New York, hailing from across all sectors in the nonprofit space. It is one of a multitude of prestigious organizations Faircom New York has represented since its founding, including Action Against Hunger, The National Urban League, Institut Pasteur and The Nelson Mandela Foundation.

As the two organizations embark upon this partnership, Faircom New York will bring a seasoned strategic eye to growing TechnoServe’s direct marketing revenues, both through the print and digital space. In addition to consulting on the integration of TechnoServe’s fundraising across multiple channels, Faircom New York will bring innovative guidance and detailed management to the creation and production of all campaigns. Together, the organizations will grow a robust fundraising program to strengthen and extend TechnoServe’s mission in developing countries across the globe.

TechnoServe is a nonprofit organization that develops business solutions to poverty by working with enterprising people in the developing world to build competitive farms, businesses and industries. Since its founding in 1968, it has worked in more than 40 countries across Africa, Latin America and Asia, assisting thousands of businesses and improving the incomes of millions of people. Last year alone, TechnoServe helped beneficiaries generate revenue increases of $61.4 million, positively impacting 1.7 million people. As proof of its “best in class” charitable organization status, Charity Navigator has awarded TechnoServe its highest rating for nine consecutive years. This places TechnoServe in the top one percent of all rated charities, based on its fiscal health and commitment to accountability and transparency.

Faircom New York is honored to work with an organization providing essential services to alter the lives of millions of vulnerable and disadvantaged people for the better. Founder and President of Faircom New York, Corinne Servily, says: “Since founding my agency, I have wanted to partner with TechnoServe, whose work I find to be extraordinarily impactful. Enabling people to help themselves, to maintain their dignity, their independence, and to live with the confidence that they can be in control of their own destinies is a remarkable gift. I really believe in the work that they do and am so proud to now be part of it.”

FAIRCOM NEW YORK is an international fundraising and communications agency with clients from across the globe. The agency is part of the FAIRCOM INTERNATIONAL group with offices in New York, Paris and Geneva. Together, they represent more than 100 nonprofit organizations of varying breadth, depth, mission and size. With over 20 years of experience in nonprofit fundraising and marketing, FAIRCOM NEW YORK is committed to helping charitable organizations extend their reach through an integrated and innovative approach.

To learn more, please visit www.TechnoServe.org, or contact Michelle Le, Senior Account Director, at 212-727-3876 or Michelle@FaircomNY.com.

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