How many times have you failed to talk to others about the money that you raised for tribal artisans or the immaculate new technique that you introduced in your school curriculum?
How many times have you sent hundreds of invites to people for that fellowship culmination event and have failed to get the word around?
Have you felt that the work you do, marvellously impactful and change-bearing as it might be, sadly didn’t reach out even beyond the corners and few members of your field office?
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From analytical articles, social media campaigns, long-form stories, to your very own positive newspaper, we can help your positive work to stand out and our services are more than up to the task for it[su_image_carousel source=”media: 12131,12136,12135,12134,12132,12133″ slides_style=”minimal” crop=”none” columns=”3″ align=”center” max_width=”1200px” dots=”no” image_size=”full”]
From For-Profits to Multinationals to NPOs, we have partnered with diverse brands to tell their stories of impact. Here’s a list of our partners we have worked with. Click on the logos to find more about the engagement we have had with them.[su_image_carousel source=”media: 12082,12081,12080,12079,12078,12076,12077,12075,12074,12073,12072,12070,12068,12067,14163,14162″ slides_style=”minimal” crop=”none” columns=”4″ align=”center” max_width=”1200px” dots=”no” link=”custom” autoplay=”4″ speed=”fast” image_size=”medium”]
Why do we have an edge
In house print publication in with a readership in over 20 cities of India
A Strong digital presence with loyal fellowship across all platforms
An organisational experience of more than 5 years in impact journalism, digital storytelling
An astutely connected network of readers, positive storytellers, and impact organisations.
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Lokashish Saha, Director, Commutiny – The Youth Collective
The Optimist Citizen has played a stellar role as the media partner of Commutiny – The Youth Collective for Samvidhan LIVE! The Jagrik Project in bringing alive the experiences of jagriks (meaning awakened citizens) to the mainstream. Their inspirational stories of hope shall help in creating more such empowering spaces for young people.
Our association with The Optimist Citizen was quite fortuitous. We entrusted them with a project that was very close to our hearts – that of capturing the essence of the two initiatives of WomenWeave Charitable Trust – ‘Gudi Mudi Khadi’ and ‘The Handloom School’ – through a video documentary. It was a challenging task (but) we need not have worried, for the people at TOC proved more than a match for the job. It was an absolute joy working with them! The result was two excellent video documentaries where their professionalism, integrity, dedication, and creativity shines through. That we were satisfied with the outcome of our engagement would be an understatement.Sourodip Ghosh, Executive Director – The Handloom School, WomenWeave