Members of the generation born from 1980 onward embrace social media as medium for enacting change, rather than traditional political channels.
Resourcefulness, innovation and creativity mark this year’s crop of PR News Nonprofit PR Awards nominees. Winners will be announced at the awards luncheon on May 18 in Washington, D.C.
Hershey’s CSR Report condensed the company’s economic, social and environmental efforts while maintaining transparency by adhering to Global Reporting Initiative guidelines.
Southwest Airlines invited hundreds of HR and diversity and inclusion pros from other North Texas companies and organizations to share strategies and tactics to improve the workplace for its diverse group of employees.
Winner: Caffeine Communications/Warshafsky Law Firm – Don’t Risk It Caffeine Communications was charged with driving the public’s awareness of personal injury law firm Warshafsky. Research conducted by Caffeine showed the need for a program that …
Southwest Airlines’ ‘One Report’ integrated financial performance with a complete picture of the company’s sustainability practices.
Co-Winner: PepsiCo Pepsi Refresh Project: Driving Awareness and Engagement Through Media PepsiCo came up with a refreshing idea for its 2010 CSR efforts: to dedicate $20 million to fund good ideas—big and small—that take a …
The Allstate Foundation, in a partnership with the YMCA, launched a successful hashtag-based Twitter campaign with matching donations up to $75,000 to help fight domestic violence.
After Republicans flexed their muscles in the 2010 midterm elections, it was time for Holland & Knight to flex theirs by putting partner Kathryn Lehman in the media spotlight.
To raise awareness Bank of America’s Neighborhood Excellence Initiative, which provides a crutch to hundreds of local nonprofits, RF Binder recognized local heroes and engaged the media to highlight the company’s commitment to CSR.