ECCO Partners with Marketing Agency Rawle Murdy for 2011 Annual Fundraisers
Charleston, S.C. The non-profit organization East Cooper Community Outreach (ECCO) has partnered with Charleston-based marketing agency Rawle Murdy to offer media relations and social media support for its two annual September fundraisers, the Bridge Ride and Hurricane Party.
Funds raised from both events will help ECCO continue to fulfill its mantra of Neighbors Helping Neighbors Help Themselves. ECCO is dedicated to helping neighbors in the tri-county area of South Carolina’s Lowcountry become more self- sufficient through emergency assistance and on-going support services.
“We are pleased to have the opportunity to work with ECCO, an invaluable community organization since its creation in 1989 following Hurricane Hugo,” said Bruce Murdy, president, Rawle Murdy.
“ECCO aims to guide clients toward self-sufficiency, while respecting the dignity and worth of every person,” said Jack Little, ECCO executive director. “We look forward to working with Rawle Murdy to help expand our outreach to the community.”
About East Cooper Community Outreach
Established in 1989, East Cooper Community Outreach (ECCO) is an ecumenical organization dedicated to helping its neighbors in need and providing emergency disaster relief. ECCO serves residents mainly in the area east of the Cooper River and south of the Santee Basin, as well as the entire tri-county area (Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester) through cooperation with other organizations and agencies. ECCO provides emergency assistance for food, clothing, household furnishings and financial needs. It also provides the following ongoing services, including medical, dental, prescription drug assistance, education and counseling. All programs and services strive to guide clients toward self sufficiency. ECCO’s ministry of “Helping Neighbors Help Themselves” attempts to improve the quality of life in the community in a compassionate way that respects the dignity and worth of every person.