What do Humana, the Golden Apple Foundation, Magellan Development, DePaul University, HR Green Engineering, the Parking Industry Labor Management Council, and Erie Neighborhood House have in common?
They are among the more than 200 clients who have turned to Conlon & Dunn for expert, pragmatic advice on raising their profile, expanding their reach, increasing their revenue, supporting their growth and increasing their organization’s effectiveness.
Now in its third decade as a trusted advisor to businesses, non-profits, civic groups, political campaigns and coalitions, Conlon & Dunn helps clients build complex partnerships, develop their programs and strategies, use new engagement tools, and launch highly effective government relations initiatives.
Conlon & Dunn has assisted a wide range range of business and nonprofit organizations generate broad support for their objectives, aligning their interests interests with those of the public, decision-makers, and funders. Through innovative profile-raising opportunities, we help clients leverage resources to create awareness and financial support for their work.
On Friday, March 16th, Chicago's Irish Fellowship Club awarded Kevin Conlon its Richard J. Daley award at the Club's annual St. Patrick's Day Dinner. Chairman of the Board Chris Kozicki presented the award, which recognizes major contributions to the Irish Fellowship Club and Chicago's Irish community...Read More
In addition to serving clients as a principal at Conlon & Dunn, Chris has joined Relevant Strategy Media as a strategic communications advisor. Relevant Strategy Media advises boards of directors and management teams of mission-driven media and nonprofit organizations...Read More
A new state law makes it possible for Maryville's Children's Health Care Center to help even more children make the transition from hospital to home. Sister Catherine Ryan, the executive director of Maryville, explained that the new state law will reduce waiting lists and allow the center to keep beds reserved for patients who may need to temporarily return to the hospital for treatment...Read More