The Templeton World Charity Foundation funds the science of forgiveness, a growing field of study that straddles science and faith, mental health and physical wellbeing. Clarendon's work underscored the benefits of forgiveness to global audiences by successfully pitching and facilitating significant stories in the New York Times and a 1,000+ word feature in the Washington Post, among other breakthrough pieces.
Clarendon is the communications partner to the Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregivers, providing support across earned, owned, and social media channels. We were integral to RCI's total rebrand in November of 2020, helped craft their organizational vision in a key report, "Recalibrating for Caregivers: Recognizing the Public Health Challenge," and in January 2024 advanced the organization's efforts to better support caregivers in the workplace through their Working While Caring initiative.
Funded by the Rockefeller Foundation and Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth and Recovery, data.org is a platform for partnerships to build the field of data for social impact. As the organization's communications firm of record, Clarendon helps develop and promote research and reports that advance the field, including "Accelerate Aspirations: Moving Together to Achieve Systems Change," a comprehensive look at the key trends and tensions in data for social impact.
Clarendon worked with Rhode Island PBS and The Public’s Radio—two trusted and respected media institutions—to prepare for and announce, both internally and externally, their plan to merge and create an innovative and dynamic regional public media organization to serve Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts.
The Reverend Dr. Jonathan Lee Walton was selected as the eighth president of Princeton Theological Seminary in January 2023, and soon after engaged Clarendon to help craft his leadership voice and vision. We worked with Dr. Walton to design his inauguration week celebrations, and launch a bold new strategy for growing and diversifying the Seminary community with more flexible online offerings.
In 2017, with distrust in media on the rise and an alarming trend toward extreme partisanship, Clarendon worked with the Ballmer Group to launch USAFacts.org, a free and nonpartisan resource that guides users through the maze that is government data. The USAFacts team is made up of career researchers, data analysts, statisticians, and communications professionals committed to create clear and understandable visuals and reports to make facts and data more accessible.