Tag Archives: not-for-profit

Chinese food, a movie and a PR blog

It’s no joke to say that many Jewish Americans celebrate Christmas by going to a movie and having Chinese food for dinner. Theatres and restaurants are open, stores and just everything else are closed, so Chinese food and a movie it is! I find myself this morning writing my weekly blog, which I’ve done every Sunday morning since this year began. I’ve been making my PR… Read more »

PRoving the struggle

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For years I’ve heard countless Long Island not-for-profit (NFP) professionals complain that they have little or no resources to “do” public relations. I’ve listened to the concerns of hundreds of people from NFPs who stream into all-day conferences held annually by the Fair Media Council (FMC) and the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP). They come to FMC’s Connection Day and AFP’s Philanthropy Day to learn the art of “doing”… Read more »

Wanted: PR for not-for-profits

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It’s astonishing and sad how so many not-for-profit organizations operate with little or no public relations programs.  This became truly evident with what one of my PR Campaigns classes and I experienced this week. Each of my PR 107 classes is taking on two not-for-profit clients this semester.  All of the clients have made presentations to the students; the students formed teams,… Read more »