Who we've worked with.

Who we've worked with.


Since 1992 Morden Communications has worked with a variety of non-profits and charities, mostly in the fields of education and health. We’ve helped them get their messages to their audiences with clarity and impact. Here are a few of the great organizations we’ve had the privilege of working with:

  • Brescia University College
  • CaregiverExchange.ca
  • University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine
  • Fanshawe College
  • Western University
  • Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario
  • City of London
  • Ivey School of Business
  • St. Joseph’s Health Care London
  • London Regional Children’s Museum
  • Rouge Valley Health System Foundation
  • West Park Healthcare Centre Foundation
  • Royal Ontario Museum
  • Canadian Diabetes Association
  • Stratford Festival
  • North Bay General Hospital
  • Baycrest
  • Waterloo-Wellington CCAC
  • Ryerson University
  • University of Windsor
  • Thames Valley Children's Centre
  • Merrymount Children's Centre
  • London Health Sciences Centre
  • London Free Press
  • Crofton House School
  • St. Mildred’s-Lightbourn School
  • The York School
  • South West Community Care Access Centre
  • Women’s College Hospital
  • King’s University College
  • London Community Foundation
  • Markham Stouffville Hospital
  • Joseph Brant Hospital
  • Children’s Hospital Foundation


The Morden Communication team is creative, talented and works extremely well with the (let’s face it) highly demanding post-secondary education sector. I trust implicitly that you will represent Ivey with utmost professionalism and care. You take care to research the topics and interviewees and build rapport very well with interview subjects to get insightful content matter. You are always, always ahead of the deadline, even when it’s wildly unrealistic. You are also fantastic at working with our art direction team and providing content for photography.

-Rachel Condie, Senior Communications Specialist, Ivey Business School




The work is always on target, no matter how complex the science that underpins the proposal or story. It’s always right the first time, which means we don’t waste time with revisions and we gain credibility with doctors and donors.

- Joanne Cole, Former CEO, Women’s College Hospital Foundation


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