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TMCNet:  PR News' Nonprofit PR Awards - Final Entry Deadline This Friday November 30

[November 26, 2012]

PR News' Nonprofit PR Awards - Final Entry Deadline This Friday November 30

New York, NY, Nov 26, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- The final entry deadline for PR News' Nonprofit PR Awards program is this Friday November 30. PR News is dedicated to honoring the most talented communicators and teams in the nonprofit sector and annually recognizes the individuals and teams that have exceeded expectations and created the most innovate programs.

Entries can be submitted online here: http://www.prnewsonline.com/2012nonprofit.html.

Winners and honorable mentions will be recognized in the following categories: Advocacy Campaign and Lobbying Efforts Annual Publication or Brochure Blog/s Branding/Re-Branding Corporate/Nonprofit Partnership/s Crisis Management Digital PR and Marketing Email Newsletter/s Employee / International Communications Event PR External Publication or Report (online or print) Facebook Communications Campaign Fundraising Green PR/Marketing Internal Publication (online or print) Marketing Media Relations Member Communications New Member Member Retention Natural Disaster Communications Nonprofit Partner of the Year PR on a Shoestring Budget Press Release Promotional Items/Merchandise Public Affairs/Issues Management Public Service Social Media Social Responsibility Campaign/Initiatives Twitter Communications Campaign Video and/or Podcast Program Volunteer Program Web Site Nonprofit Communicator of the Year Association/Nonprofit Team of the Year The Nonprofit PR Awards are open to all individuals and teams worldwide including: nonprofit organizations/associations/government organizations, PR firms representing a nonprofit client, corporate teams partnering with a nonprofit and nonprofit colleges and universities.

More information The winners and honorable mentions will be recognized at an awards event in spring 2013 in Washington, D.C., in PR News and on prnewsonline.com. To enter - and join a distinguished circle of those holding the key to "best practices" in the nonprofit communications arena - click here.

The Nonprofit PR Awards program is presented by PR News, the leading resource for PR professionals. PR News provides PR professionals with the latest industry best practices in its executive-level premium weekly publication. PR News programs must-attend professional conferences throughout the year, including the Facebook Conference, PR Measurement Conference, Taste of Tech, Social Media Summit, Digital PR Summit and the Media Relations Conference. PR News also programs monthly webinars for PR practitioners; presents the Platinum PR Awards, PR People Awards and CSR Awards, among other awards programs; and publishes the Small Biz PR Report and annual guidebooks, including the Digital PR, Crisis Management and Media Training Guidebooks, among others. Visit us at prnewsonline.com Contact: Marly Zimmerman PR News mzimmerman(at)accessintel(dot)com Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/11/prweb10171515.htm PRWeb.com

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