At Hope-Beckham Inc., we help brands tell their stories to make meaningful connections with their communities. With roughly half of our clients being not-for-profit organizations, we make it a priority to help people understand the needs in our community and go beyond what is required for the job to further the cause.
Hope-Beckham Inc. got involved with Covenant House, an organization that provides housing and supportive services to youth facing homelessness, and now one of our CEOs is a co-chair of Covenant House Georgia’s annual fundraising event, a Night of the Broadway Stars. Through working with Covenant House, we learned that over 3,300 teenagers sleep in the streets each night in Atlanta. This event raises millions of dollars each year to support homeless youth. As an organization, we help spread the word – promoting executive sleep outs where people come together to raise money and awareness by staying up all night in the streets of Atlanta.
Reaching out to our community has brought the members of our firm closer; we are a family. Sharing compassion for issues in our community allows us to truly understand and see opportunities that exist for our community. If you are continuously looking to see where you can help, even in a small way, over time you may end up contributing in a significant way.
Hope-Beckham Inc. (HBI) is an independently owned communications agency founded in 1994 by co-owners Bob Hope and Paul Beckham. Located in Atlanta, HBI works with a variety of clients who call Georgia home. We make it a priority to form genuine relationships and meaningful connections with clients and their missions.