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To clarify any conflicts of interest here, my cousin is the Prevention Outreach Coordinator for HIV Alliance, the subject for today’s blog. This nonprofit states their mission as “[s]upporting individuals living with HIV/AIDS and preventing new HIV infections.” However, HIV Alliance … Continue reading
Today I return to practical advice that local nonprofits can apply to their public relations practices. My J452 professor shared with me a helpful link on how to maximize your social media use. The information in the link is especially … Continue reading
Greenhill Humane Society, the subject of today’s blog, is a private, 501c(3) non-profit animal shelter. Funded entirely by charitable donations and service fees, their mission statement is to “provide safe shelter for animals in transition, serve as advocates for animals … Continue reading
Susan G. Komen for the Cure’s flip-flopping on Planned Parenthood may be one of the biggest PR blunders in this still-young decade. But considering that I already did three blog posts in a row about the topic, I’m going to … Continue reading
Today I will be blogging on FOOD for Lane County (FFLC), a “501(c)(3) nonprofit food bank founded in 1984 and dedicated to eliminating hunger by creating access to food.” Through a network of more than 100 social service agencies and programs, … Continue reading
Nothing ever dies in public relations. Ever. That’s why today I will continue to blog about the Susan G. Komen For the Cure controversy and its ramifications. This week my professor posted several links about the aftermath of the Planned … Continue reading
As alluded to in my last blog entry, today I will blog about Planned Parenthood of Southwestern Oregon (PPSO), the local affiliate of the national organization (itself part of an international federation!). Although my blog focuses on local nonprofits, the local … Continue reading