Since its founding in 2006, ChangeCommunications has provided strategic communications, resource development, fundraising and networking for a wide variety of organizations in the social change arena. Through a combination of comprehensive communications frameworks and strategies, a unique and highly personalized approach to fundraising, and a dedicated team of informed professionals, ChangeCommunications is able to maximize clients’ impact in several different areas. Our range of offerings includes strategic counseling and planning, media outreach, writing, mentoring, networking, translating (Hebrew to English), fundraising and development, web and app development, and social media strategy and support.

We have recently added new components to our work: assisting small and medium sized foundations to maximize their philanthropic output through strategic communications, advising corporations on engaging in socially responsible partnerships, advising global business on the A,B,C’s of Israel, and advising rabbinic clergy and Jewish congregations on how to use communications to build their profile, engage their congregations and communities, and reach out and cultivate donors.

If you are interested in mid-career or new career counseling, Jo-Ann Mort can also advise you on your presentation and talking points.

Learn more about creating additional impact for the issues you support or how to multiply your support for your grantees through communications,–how to transform the debate, shape the dialogue, and inspire new partners.

Why Strategic Communications?

Jo-Ann Mort– Founder and CEO

Associate Tamar Meltzer is a social impact professional with experience in non-profit startup development, donor engagement and management, as well as in corporate responsibility and sustainability. Presently based in NYC, until recently, she lived in Tel Aviv, Israel where she oversaw international ESG consulting at Grant Thornton and served as a founding team member of ROPES, an organization that works to connect forward-thinking Israeli and Palestinian emerging leaders with like-minded peers across the Arab world. She holds a master’s degree in diplomacy and Conflict Studies from IDC Herzliya, Israel and a BA in International Studies from the University of Michigan. Tamar, proficient in Hebrew, is also a U.N.-certified dialogue facilitator.