CyberAlert, Inc., the worldwide media monitoring service, will award a minimum of 15 public relations grants to not-for-profit organizations for 2011. Each PR grant award consists of one full year of free news monitoring / press clipping services or social media monitoring service, ranging in value from $3,000 to $4,500.
From 2004 to 2010, CyberAlert […]
Public Relations Professionals Giving Back to Non-Profits Who Give Back Every Day
WHAT: The PR Boost event gives non-profit organizations the chance to tap into PR Pros in the community to get a fresh perspective. Non-profits will have the opportunity to work with two PRSA professionals with at least 5 years of experience to discuss […]
For the seventh year, CyberAlert will award at least 15 public relations grants to not-for-profit organizations in the U.S. and Canada. Each grant consists of one full year of free press clipping/media monitoring service from CyberAlert, a value of $3,000 to $4,500.
CyberAlert is accepting grant applications […]
Do your nonprofit organization’s public relations efforts need a boost? The Public Relations Society of America’s (PRSA) Colorado Chapter is hosting “PR Boost: Giving Nonprofit PR a Leg Up Goes VIRAL.”
WHEN: 11 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. MST on Wednesday, Nov. 4
HOW: Via a […]
A good nonprofit video inspires viewers to action, whether the desired result be volunteering, donating, or advocating on the organization’s behalf.
A good video can also be expensive, which is an important factor most nonprofits cannot ignore when considering whether […]
As a nonprofit, you probably spend a lot of time recruiting and training board members. You look for the right skills, contacts and commitment to your organization’s mission. But perhaps you forget to give board members an essential tool for becoming effective advocates—clear messaging to tell your organization’s story.
As a result, board members either […]
In honor of the recent PR Boost on Aug. 15th, PRSA Colorado is doing a series of blog posts on nonprofit public relations in August. At PR Boost, each volunteer, who must have a minimum of three years experience, will consult with two nonprofit organizations during two separate 60-minute sessions. If […]
Denver Gives Seeks Committee Volunteers to Assist Small Nonprofits
As we all know, small nonprofits are on the front lines of providing services to our community. While they are mostly made up of volunteers or individual “staff” that simply have a passion for the programs and […]
Let’s face it. We’re in a (hopefully recovering but still) dicey economy, and right now PR and communication budgets of for-profit businesses and nonprofits are anemic compared with earlier years. Nonprofits and charities have always had to do more with less. One way they have effectively communicated their messages out to donors, visitors, media or […]
With the upcoming PR Boost on Aug. 15th, PRSA Colorado is doing a series of blog posts on nonprofit public relations. At PR Boost, each volunteer, who must have a minimum of three years experience, will consult with two nonprofit organizations during two separate 60-minute sessions. If you’re interested in contributing a blog post, please contact […]
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