The Alabama Council on Developmental Disabilities, the government agency which supports and advocates for Alabamians with developmental disabilities, is requesting proposals from communications, marketing and public relations agencies that can help develop and implement a statewide public awareness campaign.
ACDD is seeking proposals from agencies that can develop a campaign that provides information on issues facing individuals with developmental disabilities, raises awareness of the value of including people with developmental disabilities in all aspects of the community and supports the ACDD’s mission and vision.
Scope of the work includes: creating and implementing a public relations/awareness plan; developing, producing, publishing and distributing accessible materials for print, TV, radio and web; media placement; conducting engagement or outreach to diverse communities; website design, hosting and maintenance; managing social media accounts and providing technical assistance.
ACDD anticipates the work to begin on October 1.
Deadline for proposals is 12 p.m. (CST) on Friday, July 17. All proposals should be mailed to:
Alabama Council on Developmental Disabilities
RSA Union Building
100 North Union Street, Suite 682
Montgomery, AL 36130
Bidding agencies should submit one original and five copies of their proposals, as well as an electronic copy on a USB flash drive. All proposals must be clearly marked as “ACDD Public Awareness Campaign.”
All questions should be directed to planning, research, and evaluation director Melissa Sylvester, [email protected], by 12 p.m. (CST) Friday, June 12.