Dispatches From Haiti Wins PR News Digital PR Award for Best Blog!

We are thrilled to share with you news that this blog was just honored — literally within the hour — with the PR News Digital PR Award for Best Blog!

This award belongs to the dozen or more Kaiser Permanente caregivers who freely gave their time and effort to write the compelling, thoughtful dispatches throughout — all while caring for people injured following a natural disaster of proportions that few of us, hopefully, will see firsthand. Please consider reading through some of the dispatches in this blog. Hopefully they will move you as they moved many of us in the days and weeks following the devastating earthquake in Haiti.

The PR News’ Digital PR Awards are recognized among the industry’s top  honors in the public relations-communications digital space, showcasing outstanding digital initiatives among corporations, agencies and nonprofit organizations. The awards programs draw more than 1,000 entries each year and highlight some of the best practices in the PR profession. You can read more about the awards at www.prnewsonline.com.

–Vince Golla


One response to “Dispatches From Haiti Wins PR News Digital PR Award for Best Blog!

  1. Wow! This is wonderful news both for the blog and for the dedicated docs who literally raced to Haiti after the tragic earthquake. Hernando Garzon from Sacramento was on one of the earliest flights out, Sarah Beekley at Redwood City faithfully managed the volunteer website, Claude Roget and Deb Cohen from Santa Clara’s Pediatrics department did their time in the dust, dirt, and yes, death. Splendid work and willingness!

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