Advocacy Ink

We get your issue the ink you need to win.

Advocacy Ink is a full-service public relations firm located in the metro D.C. area. Our clients include authors, organizations, issue campaigns, and candidates. Our mission is to advance free market principles and the client’s PR goals.

Public Relations

Advocacy Ink will get your issue the “ink” you need to win – by the column inch, online and over the airwaves.  We’re proud of our track record and our clients’ efforts to further free market principles and their organizations’ goals.  Armed with our media relationships and your message, we’ll help you succeed.  Contact us today for a proposal and our media menu, including:

  • Op-ed placement
  • Targeted talk radio shows
  • Press conference planning
  • Television interviews
  • Editorial board briefings
  • New media strategies and placement
  • Book tours and film screening promotions

Call Us 703.548.1160.

What We Do

Advocacy Ink has an extensive background with non-profit organizations, authors and political campaigns.  We maximize your budget while maintaining a focused and consistent message.  We work across all platforms of media: print, TV, radio, blogs, online ads, and 3rd party e-mail advertising.  

Press Releases

CFACT delegation headed to Paris to challenge UN climate pact

Washington, DC - CFACT, a Washington, D.C.-based public policy organization that is a leading international voice for sound science and climate skepticism, is sending a delegation of science and policy experts to the UN summit on climate change in Paris, COP 21.

Application Period Opens for Largest Scholarship for High-Achieving Community College Students

LANSDOWNE, VA - The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation invites applications for its prestigious Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship, the nation's largest private scholarship for high-achieving community college students from low-income backgrounds who seek to transfer to a selective four-year institution.

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Invites Proposals for its 2016 Good Neighbor Grants

LANSDOWNE, VA - The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, the largest scholarship foundation in the country, has opened its Good Neighbor Grant program and invites proposals from nonprofit organizations in the Greater Washington Metropolitan Area that help high-potential students with financial need make academic gains through enrichment, rigor, critical thinking, and cre

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Highlights ESEA Proposals Critical to Low-Income, High-Achieving Students; Urges Congress to maintain these policies in final reauthorization legislation

LANSDOWNE, VA - Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Executive Director Harold Levy today issued the following statement urging Congress to maintain key provisions affecting the success of low-income, high-achieving students in the final Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) reauthorization legislation:

Application Period Begins for Nation’s Largest Undergraduate Scholarship for High-Achieving, Low-Income High School Students

LANSDOWNE, VA -The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation invites applications for its College Scholarship Program, the largest undergraduate scholarship in the country. Students selected as Cooke Scholars will be awarded as much as $40,000 each year for four years for tuition, living expenses, books, and other required fees.

Members of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights File Amicus Brief in Fisher v University of Texas

Washington, DC - Today Gail Heriot and Peter Kirsanow, two members of the eight-member U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, filed an Amicus Curiae Brief in the U.S.

Cooke Foundation Recognizes Three Scholars for Outstanding Contributions to Their Communities

LANSDOWNE, VA - For their outstanding contributions to the communities in which they live, Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Graduate Scholar alumnus Chat Travieso has been awarded this year's $10,000 Matthew J. Quinn Prize. In addition, Cooke Young Scholars Agata Bykovtsev and Sarah Sahibousidq have each been awarded a $2,500 Matthew J.

Four Cooke Scholars Participate in White House’s Beating the Odds Summit

LANSDOWNE, VA - Rising Cooke College Scholars Dawit Gebre and Emily Janis will join 130 college-bound, high school graduates from across the country today for a special event at the White House.

Cooke Foundation Awards $100,000 to the Society for Science & the Public to Close the Excellence Gap in Science

LANSDOWNE, VA - Low-income students often lack the guidance and support needed to submit successful entries to scientific research competitions, a critical milestone for students intending to pursue careers in STEM disciplines.