Indie creative communications agency Flourish has been appointed as the PR partner for Palliative Care Victoria and Irabina Autism Services.
It also retains the account for The Wellness Walk and Research Run for the Olivia Newton John Cancer Centre.
The agency, with offices in Melbourne, Sydney and Honolulu, has been assigned to devise and drive the public relations and content development for Palliative Care Victoria, with a fierce focus on education.
Palliative Care Victoria CEO Odette Waanders said: “We engaged Flourish earlier this year to help drive the public relations and social media management for our Moments That Matter campaign, which is a series of personal and honest accounts of real experiences of palliative care, with the aim of educating Australians and helping them gain a deeper understanding of what palliative care is.
“We are pleased to cement our partnership with Flourish on an ongoing basis to help continue the momentum, educate Australians and spread the word on the benefits of palliative care.
Flourish also adds Irabina Autism Services to its client list. As part of its appointment, the agency will be responsible for propelling Irabina into the mainstream market, building on its strong brand heritage and increasing its reputation as the market leaders in the lead up to its 50-year anniversary in 2020.
Flourish retains the public relations account for The Wellness Walk and Research Run for the eight-consecutive year. The walk, planned for Sunday 6 October in Melbourne, will raise much-needed funds and awareness for the Olivia Newton John Cancer Centre.
Flourish founder and MD Angela Ceberano said: “As a team, we are passionate about working in the health space so we’re extremely proud to partner with three amazing organisations that are doing great things in their fields.”
Flourish works with clients including Jayco Australia, Gumbuya World, ClickClack, TEG, Human Nature, Guy Sebastian, Austin Health, Olivia Newton John, Kaplan Institute, Elf on the Shelf, and has been in business for more than nine years.