For over three decades, PENTA has had the pleasure of working with numerous nonprofit clients throughout New England and we have a unique specialization in this area. Providing a host of strategic solutions that range from development of strategic plans to the development and execution of creative services to include Annual Reports, Advertising, Donor Communications, Development Materials and Outreach Strategies, Public Relations, Community Relations, Website Development, Digital Advertising and Social Media Strategies and more, we are uniquely qualified to help nonprofit executives and their boards gain more awareness, funding, and achieve higher levels of performance.
Corridor Nine Area
Chamber of Commerce
"The growth and success of Corridor Nine Chamber over the past decade as an exceptional and unique business organization was fueled by an incredibly powerful marketing program, provided by Deborah Penta and her remarkably talented and creative PENTA Communications, Inc. team. PENTA developed all of Corridor Nine Chamber’s marketing pieces and materials, offering continuous, creative marketing support for the last 10 years and has also been an active participant in the Corridor Nine School/Business Partnership for the past eight years. Since 2005, PENTA has donated nearly $10,000.00 in sponsorships to the School-to-Business Partnership Golf Tournament which supports scholastic awards for high school seniors and has participated in the chamber’s Mini-Grants program for educators."
"PENTA Communications, Inc. has made an incredible difference in the way Worcester Community Action Council, Inc., the anti-poverty agency in Central Massachusetts, is doing business. Through the leadership its CEO Deborah Penta and her ‘pay it forward’ approach, PENTA Communications, Inc. has generously provided expertise and donations that have helped WCAC raise the bar in all facets of our marketing, advertising, communications, advocacy, and community awareness. From the Agency’s website and annual report, to marketing materials and special events, PENTA has helped WCAC stretch limited resources, improve our business practices, and allowed us to focus on quality services that make a significant difference in the lives of the many people we serve."
“The PENTA team re-designed our branding for a more professional look, created and distributed press releases for us, and worked with us to update our website. We are so thankful for PENTA’s guidance, professionalism, expertise, and generosity. They are a wonderful partner, working with us to build an engaged and healthier community in Central Massachusetts.”
Big Brothers Big Sisters
“Big Brothers Big Sisters is so grateful to the staff at PENTA Communications, Inc. for their work during our ‘Marketing Makeover’ and I am so pleased with the end result. I can’t tell you how many positive comments I have received about it. As a non-profit, we have a very small marketing budget, so the opportunity to work with an organization like PENTA has been wonderful. I would not hesitate to recommend PENTA to any organization that is looking for marketing
and communications assistance.”
“As a small, nonprofit organization with limited resources, The Research Bureau is extremely grateful for the invaluable assistance provided by PENTA Communications for the past several years. PENTA’s creativity and attentiveness to the mission and image of the Bureau have enabled us to attain a level of professionalism and access to our audience that would not have been possible otherwise. We cannot speak highly enough of PENTA’s dedication to meeting the needs of its clients and doing so with great attention to every detail.”
First Night Worcester
“In a few short months, PENTA Communications, Inc. assisted us with our rebranding including the design and development of a new logo, new marketing materials, and a completely new website. With PENTA’s help, First Night Worcester was re-introduced as the premier artistic and cultural event in central Massachusetts. Simply put… PENTA Communications, Inc. is vital to the success of First Night Worcester.”