Nonprofit PR traditionally embodies huge efforts made on tiny budgets, and this year's winners are no exception. From the top campaign in the "shoestring" category (the Pennsylvania Department of the Auditor, for its push to provide rural transportation for people with disabilities) to dawson|duncan's endeavors to help the American Foundation for the Blind draw attention to the need for more Braille textbook transcribers for vision-challenged children, all the winners in this issue clearly demonstrated their creativity and large hearts. The winners were feted at a Press Club luncheon in Washington, D.C., on Friday, December 8. Congratulations to all, and thanks to our sponsors, U.S. Newswire, NAPS and Vocus. For the full list of winners and honorable mentions, visit http://www.prnewsonline.com.
PRNews Nonprofit PR Awards Special Issue
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