ROCKVILLE, Md. (PRWEB) October 17, 2018
PR News is accepting entries for the annual CSR Awards, a program that honors the most influential socially responsible and green campaigns from organizations worldwide. Entrants of this award program represent the innovative organizations and professionals committed to changing the world for the better through creative initiatives that give back. The late deadline for this awards program is this Friday, October 19. The winners and honorable mentions will be celebrated at the Spring Awards Luncheon on March 21, 2019.
For more information on the CSR Awards, click here.
PR News believes that corporate social responsibility is a fundamental building block of any organization's annual business plan. CSR enhances a company’s reputation by building positive bridges to communities and customers. Social media has only magnified the influence of CSR, which is why PR News takes great pride in recognizing the most outstanding communications efforts powering corporate social responsibility and green initiatives. Past winners include ESPN, Cigna, iHeartMedia, Food Lion, Aflac, Weber Shandwick and JetBlue.
Winners and Honorable Mentions will be awarded in the following categories:
Agency CSR A-List
Cause Branding Campaign
Corporate-Community Partnership - Popular Category
Corporation (Less than 1,000 employees)
Corporation (more than 25,000 employees)
Corporate Professional of the Year - Popular Category
CSR on a Shoestring
Event CSR/Green Focus
Facebook Communications Campaign
Green PR Campaign
Hall of Fame
Human Rights Communications
Pro Bono Campaign
Social Media Campaign
Supplier/Vendor Campaign of the Year
Sustainability/CSR Report - Popular Category
To start an entry, visit the CSR Awards website.
This program is open to agencies, corporations, government nonprofit and academic organizations worldwide. For questions regarding the program, reach out to Laura Snitkovskiy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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