Enter—and win—the most prestigious award in non-profit public relations—judged exclusively by working journalists.


The 2016 Bulldog Not-for-Profit PR Awards winners have been announced, see the full list below. To find out more about each firm and their award wins, click on the company links.

American Kidney Fund
Approach Marketing
Consumer Technology Association (CTA)
Finn Partners – Viacom & WITNESS
FUSIONWRX, a Flottman Company
Havas PR North America
Kaiser Permanente Northern California
MultiVu, A division of PR Newswire
National Association of Manufacturers
Porter Novelli Canada
Powell Tate – Operation USA and Honeywell
Rogers & Cowan
Ruder Finn
Sheridan College
U.S. Green Building Council
Visit Anaheim
Visit Houston

The cost to enter during early bird dates is $395 per campaign. After the early bird deadline, the price to enter will increase to $475. Enter in multiple categories to increase your chances of winning and to be considered for the Grand Prize—only $195 for each additional category using the same campaign.

Find your area of excellence among 29 categories

Enter your Not-for-Profit campaigns in either the 29 campaign categories or the three people and organization-specific categories.  Gold, silver and bronze awards are given to worth candidates in each category with the Grand Prize winner selected from a multi-category award winner. Click here to see the judging criteria for this program. Download the brochure with all the details here.


  • Best Use of the Internet/Digital Tools
  • Best Use of Social Media
  • Best Media Relations Campaign
  • Best Use of Video in a Campaign
  • Best Positioning/Branding/Reputation Campaign
  • Best Corporate Responsibility Campaign
  • Best Green/Environmental/Sustainability Campaign
  • Best Issue/Cause Advocacy Campaign
  • Best Issues Management/Public Affairs Campaign
  • Best Charitable Giving/Fundraising Campaign
  • Best New Member/Volunteer Campaign
  • Best Partnership with Corporate, Community, Non-Profit or NGO Organization
  • Best Employee Communications Program
  • Best Special Event/Stunt
  • Best Disaster Relief Campaign
  • Best Crisis Communications
  • Best Public Service Announcement
  • Best Online Newsroom
  • Best Website
  • Best Blog
  • Best Campaign over $25,000 Budget
  • Best Campaign $10,001-$25,000 Budget
  • Best Campaign under $10,000 Budget
  • Best Non-Profit Campaign: Organizations over $100 Million in Revenue
  • Best Non-Profit Campaign: Organizations $20-$100 Million in Revenue
  • Best Non-Profit Campaign: Organizations under $20 Million in Revenue


  • Outstanding Non-Profit Communicator
  • Outstanding Non-Profit Organization for Communications
  • Best PR Agency for Non-Profit Communications