Camino contributes to PR News’ Media Training Guidebook

The latest edition of PR News’ Media Training Guidebook features a new article (Not Intended to be a Factual Statement’: Arm Against Deception) from Camino Public Relations’ president, Elizabeth Toledo. With social media, inaccurate statements and deceptively-edited videos can go viral in seconds. In this fast paced environment, effective communications teams create an organizational culture […]
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PRWeek Names Camino Public Relations Finalist for Crisis and Nonprofit Campaigns of 2012

For Immediate Release Contact: Erin White, [email protected], 212-255-2575 PRWeek Names Camino Public Relations Finalist for Crisis and Nonprofit Campaigns of 2012 Camino Public Relations and Planned Parenthood Federation of America: Planned Parenthood, Komen Funding Story: Turning Crisis into Breast Health Promotion New York, NY (PRWEB) February 21, 2013 PRWeek, a leading communications industry publication, has […]
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Video: Jessica González-Rojas discusses reproductive health

Jessica González-Rojas, executive director of the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health, and Lynn Paltrow, founder and executive director of National Advocates for Pregnant Women, talk with Bill Moyers about the importance of a broader framework for reproductive health. In this preview, Jessica and Lynn touch on the continuing fight for reproductive rights. Watch the […]
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The Sidney Hillman Foundation recognizes Bloomberg News for exposing fat profits at the expense of fast food workers

Kudos to The Sidney Hillman Foundation for recognizing Leslie Patton with its January Sidney Award.  Patton, who covers the fast food beat for Bloomberg News, wrote a hard-hitting story that compares the life of a front-line McDonald’s worker to that of the company’s CEO. Patton paints a vivid picture of how the explosive growth of […]
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Video: Hurricane Sandy Relief (St. Mark’s Church)

Rev. Winnie Varghese talks about the Hurricane Sandy relief efforts of St. Mark’s Church in New York City. Visit and to volunteer or donate. Hurricane Sandy Relief: St. Mark’s Church from The Episcopal Church on Vimeo.
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Open Letter from Stephen Grimaldi (Updated)

Updated: Fri. Nov. 2nd, 4:56 PM Hurricane Sandy. We all have been impacted in some way. Parts of our city remain blacked out and people are hurting. After a normally busy Wednesday, requests for food and assistance have risen each day as people go without power. We have seen new pantry members, demand for hot […]
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A Pledge to End HIV in America

A Pledge to End HIV in America Can we end HIV in America?  Last spring Dawn Averitt Bridge, one of the nation’s most dynamic leaders in the HIV-free movement, stopped by Camino’s offices to talk about a vision for achieving an HIV-free America.  That day we eagerly pledged to do what we could to spread […]
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Grassroots SEO: How to make friends with Google

CPR loves SEO!
If a digital tree falls in the digital forest and nobody Googles it, does it really exist? This twist on the well-known axiom is more relevant than ever, as our reliance on search engines continues to grow. Google, the reigning champ of search engines, is so dominant that their name is a verb (“Google it”). […]
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Yorkville Common Pantry: Revolutionizing the food pantry model

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With 1 in 5 NYC residents living in poverty, Camino client Yorkville Common Pantry (YCP), New York City’s largest community-based food pantry, is revolutionizing the current food pantry model to expand access and empower clients by launching two new programs, YCP Direct and Choice Pantry. The YCP Direct program incorporates the latest technology into the […]
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The Pom Pom Bully

It is imperative that we recognize cyberbullying for what it is – a symptom of the larger problem of relational aggression. -       Teenager Dominique Napolitano, Girl Scouts USA   I’ve been trying to remember the first time I was bullied at school.  Experts say bullying starts in about the second grade but my memory only […]
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