Leading west of Ireland public relations firm Think PR has recently announced that Áine Kilgallon, current President of Network Galway has joined the firm as its new fundraising and PR consultant.
The high-profile appointment ties in with the launch of a new range of services offered by Think PR including technical writing of websites, brochures, marketing collateral as well as offering bespoke PR/Media training and fundraising consultancy.
Ms Kilgallon has honed both her PR and fundraising talents, having worked for over seven years as a fundraiser with both The ISPCC and Galway Simon Community. She graduated from NUIG with a B Comm and holds a Certificate in Fundraising Management as well as an H-Dip in PR. She has been heavily involved with Network Galway for a number of years and was elected President of Network Galway in 2009.
“We began to recognise significant demand for our marketing services - everything from event management to fundraising assistance, we couldn’t have found a better person to head up our fundraising operations,” said Think PR’s founder Pamela Finn.
“I’m delighted to be joining Think PR as we launch our new range of services, such as fundraising consultancy among others. The distinct advantage for organisations who engage fundraising consultants are twofold, they have access to experienced fundraisers in a cost effective manner, which in the current climate is crucial,” added Think PR’s fundraising and PR consultant Áine Kilgallon
Think PR devise and delivers strategic creative PR campaigns. From media training to event management it offers a full public relations service.
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