The quest for attention-grabbing stories

PR Network
6 November 2019
09.30 - 11.30
Free and exclusive to CharityComms members and corporate partners

To ensure as many organisations as possible can attend, there is a maximum of:
- two places available per organisational member
- one place per corporate partner

This venue is wheelchair accessible.

British Heart Foundation
Greater London House
180 Hampstead Road
London
NW1 7AW

We’re PR pirates, sifting through trunks full of case studies in search of a golden nugget to grab the media’s attention. But there’s a lot out there and it can be buried away with other crews.

So, it’s important every crew comes together in sourcing these stories and agree a joint plan of action for when we find them. And unlike pirates, it’s essential that we take good care of the nugget holders (AKA the people we exist to support).

This event will be made up of quick-fire presentations and Q&As to choose from. We’ll be exploring what makes a story newsworthy, how we can work with our colleagues to source these stories, how to sell them into journalists, and what best practice looks like when it comes to safeguarding the people whose stories we’re telling.

Booking for this event will open approx. six weeks before the event date. If you’d like to be one of the first to hear about these events, please email Sarah Cutress to be added to the mailing list.

Calling all potential charity speakers 

Interested in sharing the great work your charity is doing? Please email Harriet Smith outlining what your session would cover and why you think it would be useful.


About the PR Network

CharityComms’ PR Network is a group for professionals working in PR and media in UK charities and not-for-profits.

The PR Network gives you the chance to meet your peers, compare notes on workplace practices and share successes, ideas, challenges and inspiration. The network is designed to encourage networking and peer to peer support, sharing issues in a ‘safe’ environment.

The group meets three times a year to focus on a common challenge. The format of the meetings is one or two presentations on a specific topic, followed by small group discussions, providing a combination of best practice and peer-to-peer sharing.