Press Release

North Coast Communications Advising Disaster Relief, Climate Campaign

WASHINGTON—Mar. 6, 2023—North Coast Communications, a digital public relations and communications consultancy, is advising a disaster relief and climate campaign benefiting families and individuals affected by 2022 monsoon flooding in Pakistan. With Shezad Habib, President and Managing Partner at Manhattan Strategy Group, North Coast Communications is implementing a public relations and development strategy for The i-Care Foundation.

The campaign has produced in-person and virtual engagements with,

  • U.S. Federal Government agencies,
  • the United Nations Environment Programme,
  • U.S. foundations and philanthropies,
  • think tanks and policy institutes in Washington, D.C.,
  • national and international news media,
  • non-governmental organizations, and
  • corporations.

The campaign is boosting The i-Care Foundation’s response to 2022 monsoon flooding, The Coalition for Disaster Recovery and Reconstruction, which has benefited over 500,000 individuals impacted by climate change. The i-Care Foundation is a donor-advised fund and international charitable organization that works with and oversees a network of vetted charities and partners to uplift underserved communities in Pakistan.   

“The climate challenge requires governance, process and system innovations,” said David N. Silverman, Founder and President of North Coast Communications. “We’re helping raise awareness about a philanthropic model that can respond to evolving needs dynamically and with scale.”

Within three months of flooding, The i-Care Foundation’s flood-response coalition coordinated a multi-sector disaster response that reached over 500,000 beneficiaries in over 39 districts. More remains to be done. As many as 4 million children are still living near contaminated and stagnant flood waters and an estimated 9 million people are being pushed into poverty or forced to forego their education. To support The i-Care Foundation disaster relief and climate campaign, please visit The I-Care Foundation website.

About North Coast Communications

North Coast Communications helps organizations, projects, and programs effectively plan, implement, and optimize their digital public relations and communications. David N. Silverman started North Coast Communications in 2020 because mission-driven organizations, businesses, and social-impact campaigns need trusted PR and communications expertise at a fair value. Based in Washington, D.C., North Coast Communications supports public affairs campaigns and private, nonprofit, and public sector clients.


Good, Done Well

Digital PR and Communications to Grow a Community Organization

North Coast Communications used digital PR and communications to help Newton Southeast Little League recruit players and volunteers and raise funds for youth sports programming.


North Coast Communications (NCC) was brought on to assist our Massachusetts little league organization with off-season registration and communication activities.  E-mail and registration communication metrics were significantly higher under NCC management, when compared to metrics of prior years.  NCC was adept in managing social media accounts and partnered seamlessly with league representatives in the generation of content across several platforms.  I fully expect our league will engage NCC in the future on new collaborations.  Highly recommend!

Kyle Mikulis, Google Review

North Coast managed the organization’s social media and email marketing channels, producing newsletter and social media content for Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter and led its communications and distribution strategy.

For North Coast Communications, it wasn’t the first time working with a mission-driven organization or managing social media accounts. (In fact, I did these tasks frequently as a Federal government contractor.) We’re happy to support youth sports because we know first-hand how they can positively impact a child’s life. That’s #GoodDoneWell.

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