PRLog - Jan. 3, 2012 - NEW MILFORD, Conn. -- Barbara Branagan-Mitchell, director of Branagan Communications Consultants LLC (BCC) (www.branagancommunications.com)
Barbara Branagan-Mitchell, Branagan Communications
Brass City Harvest works to ease hunger and homelessness in the Waterbury area via delivery of food, clothing, and bedding to homeless people; health and nutrition outreach; healthy cooking classes; and sustaining of two greenhouses in Waterbury to grow food to provide to low-income and homeless individuals throughout each year. BCH recently established a 4H Chapter at its Hill Street Greenhouse, and continually receives community and corporate support for their outreach to homeless people by bringing them living necessities of food, clothing, flashlights, gloves, hygiene products, and more.
Branagan-Mitchell will work to help develop a consistent branding message of the BCH through public relations and publicity placement; development and writing of the BCH website; writing and distribution of PSAs; placement of board members’ and BCH’s activities footage with area television stations; and ongoing efforts to build far-reaching awareness of BCH’s message.
Since 2004, Branagan Communications Consultants LLC, which opened in Westchester County, New York in 1993, has been providing writing, editing, public relations, publicity placement and marketing communications services to small to medium sized businesses throughout the northern Fairfield, southern Litchfield County and northwestern New Haven County region. In October 2010, Branagan-Mitchell received the prestigious Volunteer of the Year Award from the Waterbury Regional Chamber of Commerce and graduated as coordinator for the Economic Development Team of the Leadership Greater Waterbury program.
Barbara Branagan-Mitchell and Branagan Communications Consultants LLC can be reached at 860-210-0149 or via www.branagancommunications.com.