Communication Services is an integrated marketing and strategic communications firm that puts its expertise to work for library, advocacy organizations, health care agencies and not for profits. Founded in 1984 by Libby Post.
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Communication Services can get any campaign to yes and above is just one example of how we “Get to Yes” with our library advocacy work.

Our Services


We have worked with dozens of libraries to help them achieve financial stability and sustainability. Now that libraries must live within a 2% Tax Cap World, it is more important than ever for libraries to make sure they are seen as an essential community services that deserve funding because of the important programs and services they provide.


We have developed an expertise in the branding and marketing of community-based health care providers through our innovative work with the County Health Officials of NY, community health centers, state and national community health organizations, and a number of Planned Parenthoods.

Progressive Public Affairs &
Government Relations

Our advocacy work is centered on creating positive change. We work with you to determine your internal and external advocacy goals, build a leadership team, build your base and develop a compelling message.


At Communication Services, we know not-for-profits. And we know that building relationships is crucial to the success of any not-for-profit agency.

Libby is a dynamo when it comes to library advocacy! She is creative, energetic and tireless. She is an asset to any team!

Mary Jean JakubowskiDirector, Buffalo & Erie County Public Library (Buffalo, NY)

Libby provided us with a thorough analysis of our efforts prior to working with her and a fresh perspective on how to move forward after a difficult set back. Her no nonsense approach won everyone over and we are still working from the plans we made working with her.

Colleen RortvedtDirector, Appleton Public Library (Appleton, WI)

It is a pleasure working with Libby–her message is clear, her suggested goals are attainable and she provides step-by-step practical advice and instruction for improved library funding. This means better and stronger library services for the people who live and work in our community.

Sara DallasDirector, Southern Adirondack Library System (Saratoga, NY)