PR 305 - Nonprofit PR - Nonprofit Public Relations Learning...

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Nonprofit Public Relations Learning Objectives 1. Understand the difference between for-profit and not-for-profit organizations 2. Understand the various types of nonprofits 3. Understand how nonprofits use pubic relations strategies and tactics to succeed
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Nonprofit Public Relations All are tax exempt under Section 501 of Internal Revenue Code. Section 501(c)(3)  covers educational, charitable, religious, and  scientific orgs.  Exemptions include: (1) don’t pay federal, state, and local taxes; (2)  can grant tax deductions to those who give; and (3) get donated  time from media for PSAs. Three general types: (1) membership organizations, (2) advocacy  organizations, and (3) social organizations.
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UT-Austin’s Mission Statement (www.utexas.edu/welcome) What Starts Here Changes the World . Connecting the values and mission of the  university to the needs of the state and the nation. Find out how the university  changes the world  through research and education.  The University of Texas at Austin is dedicated to improving the quality of life of the  people of Texas and the United States. We are a leading provider of education and  research with a depth and diversity of resources unmatched by most other public  universities. As an enduring symbol of the spirit of Texas—big, ambitious and bold— the university drives economic and social progress in Texas and serves our nation as  a leading center of knowledge and creativity.
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