How do you get in the news if you have an amazing set of services to help support people affected by disease but no ‘new’ upcoming services to make a splash about? Or if you have a fantastic brand campaign coming up, which will really help highlight the incredible work your charity does, but no news hook and minimal budget to help get it into the newspapers?
Drawing from experiences at Breast Cancer Care, particularly from the launch of their latest brand campaign in September 2015, PR manager, Sheryl Plant, discussed this common plight for many charity press offices. As well as giving the top five techniques you can use to get your messages out there and promote the work of your organisation, even if you don’t have a pipeline of news stories coming from internal sources.
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