Stratford, CT, January 02, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- CyberAlert has named two more non-profit organizations as recipients in its 2015 PR Grants Program. The newly-named grant-winners are Kids Peace of Pennsylvania and the Population Council of New York City. The three previously named 2015 grant recipients are Women for Women International, Canines for Service, and the Ontario Nonprofit Network.
The grant recipients will receive one year of free media monitoring service, with the option of either social media or TV news monitoring.
CyberAlert has extended its application deadline another week to Jan. 8. Nonprofit organizations worldwide can apply for the grants through an easy-to-complete online application form on CyberAlert’s website (www.cyberalert.com). All non-profits except previous recipients are eligible to receive a 2015 PR Grant. CyberAlert will announce more grant recipients in January.
William Comcowich, CEO of CyberAlert, has requested that PR professionals help spread the word about the availability of the grants of free media monitoring service and notify PR and Development colleagues in not-for-profit organizations.
KidsPeace, based in Schnecksville, PA, provides mental health care and treatment to children and adolescents, such as inpatient psychiatric hospitalization, residential care, education services, and foster care and adoption programs. With more than 40 locations in 10 states and Washington, DC, KidsPeace provides direct care daily to 3,000 youths and resources to hundreds more through its counseling website, TeenCentral.Net.
The media monitoring grant will help KidsPeace identify and counter negative media coverage of children suffering from emotional and behavioral crisis, eradicate misconceptions about mental health, and promote a positive image of the nonprofit organization and the youths it serves.
Based in New York City, the Population Council conducts research in over 50 countries to address critical health and development issues. It helps couples to plan their families and chart their futures, helps people avoid HIV infection and access life-saving HIV services, and empowers girls to protect themselves and have a say in their own lives.
As an international organization that confronts critical health and development issues, the Population Council will utilize the media monitoring service to stay abreast of global conversations about HIV and reproductive health and poverty.
More information is available at http://www.cyberalert.com/prgrants.html.
Founded in 1999, CyberAlert (http://www.cyberalert.com) is a worldwide media monitoring service that offers comprehensive media coverage of online news, social media, and TV and radio news. CyberAlert provides customized monitoring and measurement packages and offers a 14-day free media monitoring trial.
William J. Comcowich
President and CEO