Mercury Public Affairs is a firm that provides fundraising services to nonprofit clients. They primarily provide their services regionally, with most clients in New York, California, District of Columbia, and New Jersey (although they are present in other states as well).
Previous legal names, trade names, or just variations of their name include: Mercury Public Affairs LLC.
|1||HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology||501(c)(3)||Huntsville, AL|
|2||Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies||501(c)(3)||New York, NY|
|3||Digital Media Association||501(c)(6)||Washington, DC|
|4||The Lundquist Institute||501(c)(3)||Torrance, CA|
|5||Civil War Trust (APCWS)||501(c)(3)||Washington, DC|
|6||New Jersey Children's Foundation||501(c)(3)||Newark, NJ|
|7||National Parents Union||501(c)(3)||Malden, MA|
|8||California Charter Schools Association Advocates||501(c)(4)||Sacramento, CA|
|9||Citizens for A Healthy Miami-Dade||501(c)(4)||Miami, FL|
|10||One Hundred Black Men||501(c)(3)||New York, NY|
|...||and 9 more Mercury Public Affairs not-for-profit tax-exempt clients identified by Cause IQ|
Competitors to Mercury Public Affairs in the nonprofit sector include Holland &knight, Coxe Curry and Associates, Centerplate, Convergent Nonprofit Solutions LLC, Truesense Marketing, Dini Spheris, Ibm Corporation, Lautman Maska Neill and Company, Aegis Therapies Inc, and Schultz and Williams Inc.
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