Why us?

At Stillwater Communications, our dedicated PR team will work with you to unearth and clarify the core messages of your organisation. We use our skills to increase your presence in the media and improve your profile amongst your target market. From writing and disseminating press releases to organising photo opportunities and creating good relationships with journalists, our team will work on getting your message into the media.

Our Approach

Public Relations


We help you Discover the story of your organisation and your campaign, and the key messages that you want to portray.

Public Relations


We then help you Develop your campaign’s messaging and key slogans to make them memorable and impactful.

Public Relations


Finally, we help you Deliver your campaign by liaising with journalists, securing media coverage and interviews and helping you manage your social media presence. We also provide media training and speech writing workshops when needed.


Our Projects


Charities Institute Ireland

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Denise O'Connor at Know Your Home Truths an exclusive evening with Optimise Design in the Merrion Hotel on Tuesday, March 14th. Attendees heard expert advice on buying and renovating to ensure long-term, sustainable living from speakers including Optimise Design owner, architect and interior designer Denise O’Connor, Kevin Moran from Moran Builders and Nicola Williams, Bergins Estate Agents. photo Kieran Harnett

Optimise Design

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NO REPRO FEE 21/6/2016. Campaigners Florian Scheibein, Helena Mullin, Elizabeth Chaconas and Dan Kirby  staged a protest installation today  at St.Stephen's Green to call on the Government and the public to support drug policy reform. Members of Help Not Harm, Citywide, BeLonGTo youth group, Students for Sensible Drug Policy Ireland, NORML and International Nurses Society on Addictions (Irish Chapter) came out ahead of the international Support. Don't Punish.  Global Day of Action on June 26th, an awareness day which aims to highlight the inadequacies of current drug laws and the need for new harm reduction measures.75% of all drug arrests in Ireland are for possession of drugs for personal use. This is a highly wasteful use of already limited Garda resources, which should instead be focused on tackling gang-related crime and drug trafficking. "said Graham de Barra, Director of Help Not Harm. 'Countries like Portugal and Switzerland have moved away from a criminal justice response towards a health-based approach and the results have shown a reduction in HIV rates, a reduction in drug overdoses and an increase in access to treatment.'he added
The campaigners are calling in particular for the decriminalisation of drugs for personal use. There are on average 679 drug_related deaths every year in Ireland, one of the highest rates in the EU. By contrast Portugal, a country which decriminalised all drugs for personal use in 2001,  has an average of 32 drug-related deaths every year, a number well below the European average. Photo: Photocall Ireland.

Help Not Harm

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Baby Led Feeding Chocolate Sauces taken by Aileen Cox Blundell.

Baby Led Feeding

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“Working with Stillwater Communications has brought Pieta House’s profile to another level. They bring direction to our campaigns, clarity to our messages and their support and advice on all aspects of our work is invaluable. I truly trust and value their judgement and opinion and I love their sense of humour.”

Joan Freeman, Founder of Pieta House

“Stillwater played a critical role in the delivery of The Ireland Funds 2015 and 2016 Business Plan Competitions. They helped us not only with competition promotion but also secured high-profile interviews for the Chair of our panel and other media coverage of the event. We were very grateful to the Stillwater team for their professionalism and advice throughout the life-cycle of the competition and could not have been happier with the results.”

Jordan Campbell, Director of Grants and Research, The Ireland Funds