Tag Archives: social media

Kids, Marijuana and Mad Men

Love it or hate it – advertising works. Proof comes in the form of the annual $70 billion U.S. advertising industry. Everything from potato chips to cell phones to banking and even cancer care is bolstered by a healthy marketing …

The Partnership at Drugfree.org Premieres First Teen-Created Television Spot as Part of New Above the Influence Campaign

 “Made by Me” TV commercial premieres on National Above the Influence Day New York – October 17, 2013 - The Partnership at Drugfree.org today is premiering a new teen-targeted television spot, co-created by a teen, as part of its newly …

The Partnership at Drugfree.org Presents at JMATE Conference

A handful of staff members of The Partnership at Drugfree.org presented this week at the 2012 Joint Meeting on Adolescent Treatment Effectiveness (JMATE), an annual conference in Washington, DC for treatment providers, families, youth, community leaders and policy makers that …

Start Spreading the News!

The Partnership at Drugfree.org is the first nonprofit to partner with Blue Calypso’s new “CALYP ® for a Cause,” a platform that provides charitable organizations with a new way to connect and fundraise using social media. CALYP® for a Cause …

Cassie Goldberg, Manager of Public Affairs

Cassie Goldberg recently joined The Partnership at Drugfree.org as Manager of Public Affairs, where she will be responsible for implementing public relations strategies for a number of initiatives.  She will handle social media and community relations components that support the …

Michelle Fiacco, Manager of Digital Fundraising

Michelle Fiacco has come on board as the Manager of Digital Fundraising at The Partnership at Drugfree.org.  Michelle joins the organization with more than nine years of experience in direct marketing at nonprofit organizations including direct mail, email, media and …

The Partnership at Drugfree.org Presents at the Healthcare Social Communications Leadership Forum

Roselena Martinez, Marketing and Communications Manager, and Fred Muench, Associate Director of Research, of The Partnership at Drugfree.org will present to an audience of marketing and communications professionals from pharmaceutical and hospital groups, medical device and technology companies, and managed care providers at the Healthcare Social Communications Leadership Forum in New York City on Thursday, March 17. …

More Than One-Third of Parents Concerned Teens’ Exposure to Media Hinders Parent/Child Communication About Dangers of Drug and Alcohol Use

New omnibus research from the Partnership for a Drug-Free America shows that more than one-third of parents are concerned that TV (38 percent), computers (37 percent) and video games (33 percent) make it harder for them to communicate with their media-engrossed teens about risky behaviors, like drug and alcohol use. …