Free Costumes for Kids Partners With CauseWire(TM) for Press Release Distribution
BALTIMORE and BOCA RATON, Fla., October 6, 2009 — Free Costumes for Kids selected CauseWire(TM) as its press release distribution partner. The new non-profit organization is changing lives one costume at a time by working towards its goal to provide a Halloween costume to each and every underprivileged child in Palm Beach County this Halloween. Free Costumes for Kids approached CauseWire as it sought comprehensive press release distribution services on a nonprofit budget.
"Because of our partnership with CauseWire, Kelly Downey of Channel 12 CBS News has reached out to help us get the word out about Free Costumes for Kids," said Casey McCarthy, President of Free Costumes for Kids. "We are hoping that this relationship with CauseWire will help alert the local newspapers and radio stations so that the community can become aware of this heartfelt cause. Especially in this economy more kids than ever will be going without. We are asking newspapers, televisions and radio stations to pick up the phone and let us know how they can help us spread the word for this timely cause."
CauseWire, a service of eReleases®, features newswire distribution, trade media targeting and online visibility to meet the special publicity needs of one of the most dynamic segments of American society, the nonprofit sector - but at half the cost of standard business rates. CauseWire has served nonprofits in fields such as environmental and wildlife conservation, children's education, companion animal rescue, medical research, women's health, cultural heritage, job training, senior citizen support services and the arts.
"We are happy to welcome Free Costumes for Kids into the CauseWire family, where nonprofits receive the same level and value of service for which small and medium-sized businesses depend on eReleases. We understand that nonprofits need to make every cent count," said Mickie Kennedy, eReleases founder and CEO. "I personally hope that CauseWire publicity will go a long way in helping Free Costumes for Kids grow and thrive in its important work."