Awards usually don’t mean squat because the true test of a P.R. campaign is how the project has changed people’s behavior or perceptions. If you care about these things, however, two contests are seeking entries.
PR News is sponsoring its first-ever Nonprofit PR Awards program for nonprofit communications.
It’s open to all communications and marketing teams at nonprofit organizations, associations, government agencies, NGOs and educational institutions. Where applicable, categories are also open to corporate PR professionals and PR firms.
The Public Relations Society of America is taking entries for the 2005 D. Parke Gibson Pioneer Award, which recognizes the year’s best practitioner in multicultural public relations, and for the 2005 Health Academy Awards program.