Nonprofit communications professionals have a difficult job. They’re tasked with creating campaigns and partnerships that are instrumental in changing lives, but they face a variety of obstacles, and have to deal with budget constraints.
PR Daily’s 2019 Nonprofit PR Awards finalists didn’t let this hold them back from creating innovative projects and campaigns, though. We’re excited to recognize this year’s finalists. Read on to learn more, and stay tuned for our winners announcement.
Advocacy or Awareness Campaign
The Shepherd Centre’s Loud Shirt Day 2018, Palin Communications with the Shepherd Centre The Heroes Among Us, Crisp with Leukemia Research Foundation Better with Breakfast, Oakland Schools A Booster Shot for Saban Community Clinic, Olmstead Williams Communications Children’s Health “Beyond ABC” Builds Critical Dialogue Around Pediatric Health, Children’s Health Come as You Are: Expanding America’s Understanding of Eating Disorders, Momentum Communications Group with National Eating Disorders Association
Branding or Rebranding Campaign
We Grow Stronger TOGETHER, Jewish Federation of Delaware Rebranding of de Beaumont Foundation, Mission Partners and Michael Paolantonio Design with de Beaumont Foundation
Somewhere to Believe In, Stein IAS with Win Home Sweet Home—Oakland Schools Students Building a Better Tomorrow, Oakland Schools Strengthen Our Schools, HCP Associates
EarthEcho Expeditions: Water by Design, Northrop Grumman Foundation with EarthEcho International
Event PR and Marketing Campaign
2018 Bill Foege Global Health Awards, Hope-Beckham Inc. International Convention 2019, Rotary International Bringing Suicide Out of the Shadows for Hope and Healing, Olmstead Williams Communications Donor Dash Celebrates Organ, Eye and Tissue
Read more here: https://www.prdaily.com/announcing-pr-dailys-2019-nonprofit-pr-awards-finalists/