Introducing LRC’s Karma Project

Hey there, welcome to LRC.  

We’re a Toronto-based communications firm specializing in narrative development, content creation, speechwriting, digital storytelling, writing workshops and training. We work with individuals, small companies, and with major corporations to help them tell their stories.

We attentively listen. We fearlessly advise. We relentlessly execute. And we’re passionate about our work.

But that’s not all.

We’re good at the work we do. And we like to “do good,” too.

That’s why we’ve launched our Karma Project.

Are you a non-profit or NGO doing good work in the GTA?

Are you trying to get the attention you deserve, but don’t have the resources you need? We want to help you – and all it costs is the time to fill out a short application.

That’s it.

LRC’s Karma Project is about our team teaming up with you — to help you connect with your audience.

Pro-bono. Gratis! Free of charge.


We’re here to help tell your story.

From us, you will get hands-on narrative creation help, a walk-through tutorial on how to harness that narrative, and 5 pieces of content for you to use as you see fit.

Need a blog? Got it.

Web copy? No problem.

Want us to write a speech, an op-ed, or social media content? 

Or maybe you want us to review and kick the tires on your communications or social media strategy – take it up a notch?

No sweat.

Whether it is narrative, strategy, content, social or PR — we can help focus, point and launch you in the right direction.

We want to help you serve your community. 


Not much. 

Please tell us a little about yourself using the survey below by September 15, 2019.

We’ll review all of the applications we receive and choose one organization to work with. Stay tuned because we’ll announce the successful project before the end of September 2019.


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On behalf of all of us here at LRC, thank you for your submission and stay tuned — follow us on social — for updates!


Want to nominate a non-profit or NGO in Toronto or the GTA? Email