Experience with Non-Profit Organizations

About 20 years ago, Jamie Douglas founded Daylight Communications to transition away from mainly political/electoral campaigns based on individuals toward building a client portfolio with the broader vision and focused agendas of cause-oriented, issued-based non-profit organizations and grassroots advocacy campaigns. Since then, we have been fortunate to work for dozens of amazing clients, providing a range of creative and strategic services to advance their missions.

Current and former Non-Profit / Community & Advocacy Clients

Partial List

Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety

Career Connect Washington

The Center for Science in the Public Interest

Citizens for Reliable and Safe Highways (CRASH)

College Promise Coalition

Communities Involved in Sustaining Agriculture (Kellogg Foundation)

Earth Day Network

Fair Food Network

Global Internet Policy Initiative


Kellogg Foundation

MetaShift Foundation

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)

National Parks Foundation

The Nature Conservancy



Partnership for a Secure America

Progressive Portland

Protect Portland Parks

Public Citizen

Save Health Care in Washington

Shared Salmon Strategy


The Trust for Public Land

United Nations Foundation


The Wallace Center

Washington United for Fair Revenue

Washington’s Paramount Duty

The Wilderness Society



Daylight has consulted to and provided creative and strategic services for hundreds of national, statewide and local advocacy and electoral campaigns across the country — on issues ranging from public education, climate change and environmental protection, to access to affordable health care, expansion of workers’ and voters’ rights, consumer safety, and international development.