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Congratulations to "Coated in Love" for a very successful event that benefitted thousands of homeless people in the Twin Citiies. “3,000 Acts of Kindness” took place at the Minneapolis Convention Center on December 13. Homeless people from throughout the Twin Cities came to the event to receive the gifts of some of life’s necessities, as well as fellowship. Both KARE and KSTP television covered the event itself.
"3,000 Acts of Kidness" also received plenty of pre-event attention from the media. WCCO Radio's Paul Douglas interviewed Amy Cheney from event organizer Coated in Love on Dec. 8. Both CCX Media and KSTP television covered the special promotion put on by Chick-Fil-A Minnesota in November at all of its Twin Cities and St. Cloud restaurants. Customers who dropped off a new or gently used coat on either November 20 or 27 received the gift of a free sandwich.
RMA Publicity handled the PR for the event.
RMA Publicity is happy to share the coverage secured for Prior Lake, Minnesota teenager Sanya Pirani's annual gift bag packing event on December 5th. The young philanthropist was joined by dozens of volunteers at a church in her hometown to pack donated toys, books and school supplies into hand-sewn gift bags that will soon be delivered to Twin Cities nonprofits that help homeless families.
Atlanta resident and international development professional Rebecca Schwartz and her mother, New York college professor Joni Schwartz, are on a mission to shed light on why racism is such a big problem in our society.
Rebecca, who is black, was born in Haiti and adopted by Joni, who is white, when she was nine years old. While they don’t see race as an issue, a lot of people of course do.
They are hoping by sharing their story they can change some minds. Their mission has captured the attention of the Atlanta Journal Contitution newspaper. Their story appeared in the December 5 printed edition of the paper, and is also posted online.
They will also be interviewed on WAMV-AM in Roanoke, Virginia in early January 2022.
Learn more about their project at JoniSchwartz.com.
Congratulations to Arcadian Barrett, founder of Crow House Press. RMA Publicity has secured a story in his local newspaper about the company. The Northeaster published the story, "Crow House Press features underrepresented writers" in its December 1 issue.