CyberAlert PR Grants Program
About the Program
Launched in 2004, the CyberAlert PR Grants Program awards non-profit organizations worldwide one year of free media monitoring services.
It is CyberAlert's annual corporate social responsibility, public service and philanthropy program to support national and international not-for-profit organizations by enabling them to track and evaluate their PR and social media presence. The nonprofits receive one year of free CyberAlert 5.0 online news monitoring, which monitors 55,000+ online news sources in 250+ languages from 191 countries. Grant recipients can opt to also receive either social media monitoring or U.S. TV news monitoring.
Since beginning the PR Grants program, CyberAlert has awarded nearly 200 media monitoring grants to non-profit organizations, with a retail value of more than half a million dollars. here for a PR grant.
CyberAlert begins accepting applications in November for the next year's PR Grants Program. Click here to view a list of all previous PR Grants Program recipients.
Are you a not-for-profit organization interested in purchasing media monitoring services at this time? Contact us today to learn about CyberAlert's special discounts for non-profits.
CyberAlert awarded 2014 grants to the following non-profit organizations:Bridges Across Borders, Southeast Asia
BABSEA works to bring people together to overcome poverty, injustice and inequity in the Southeast Asia region. It works collectively with universities, law faculties, government and non-governmental organizations, and corporations to build a network of legal professionals and community leaders to address the root causes of access to justice issues.
The goal of Child Trends is to provide research and communication on issues affecting children from birth to early adulthood. Child Trends conducts high-quality research and shares the results with practitioners and policymakers.
Colorado Legacy Foundation
CLF works in partnership with the Colorado Department of Education and public education stakeholders to accelerate bold improvements in student achievement through innovation, collaboration and capacity building.
The Council on Health Research for Development (COHRED)
COHRED aims to improve health, equity and development by supporting countries to develop strong research and innovation systems through coordination with governments and institutions. The council works globally but prioritizes low- and middle-income countries.
Government Technology & Services Coalition
An association of innovative small and midsized company CEOs, the GTSC shares best practices and resources to provide advocacy and partnership opportunities for small and mid-sized companies in the Federal security space.
The Governor's Prevention Partnership
Focused on keeping Connecticut kids safe, successful and drug-free, the Governor's Prevention Partnership works with educators, community leaders and other childcare providers to offer youth prevention programs based on research and training.
Redwood City, CA
GreatNonprofits provides a free platform that allows nonprofits to share and hear the real stories of the community they serve. The platform enables donors and volunteers to determine where to spend their time and money, and promotes greater feedback and transparency.
The Green Grid Association
The core aim of The Green Grid is to minimize the environmental impact of computing and the Internet. The association provides the global IT industry with metrics, tools and best practices to improve resource efficiency.
Human Health Project
Los Angeles, CA
HHP is dedicated to making health care information and options available and affordable via crowdsourcing. HHP provides a free online service that enables anyone worldwide to share information about health symptoms and conditions and connect with other users who have information on these conditions.
San Francisco, CA
ISRAEL21C is an online news magazine that offers diverse and reliable news and information about 21st century Israel. The site redefines the conversation about Israel, offering a fair and balanced portrayal of the country, and focusing media and public attention on Israel's vibrant diversity, humanity, creativity, innovative spirit, and responsiveness.
New Jersey Partnership for Healthy Kids
The goal of the program is to convene, connect and empower community partnerships across New Jersey to implement environment- and policy-changing strategies that prevent childhood obesity. These changes support healthy eating, physical activities and pricing strategies to promote the purchase of healthier foods.
Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
Santa Barbara, CA
The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation empowers peace leaders and works for the worldwide elimination of nuclear weapons by educating and engaging the public. NAPF is a non-partisan organization with consultative status to the United Nations Economic and Social Council and over 60,000 members worldwide.
Los Angeles, CA
Point Foundation is the nation's largest scholarship-granting organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer students of merit. Point promotes change through education, mentorship, leadership development and community service training, and provides scholars with financial assistance to attend higher educational institutions.
New York, NY
WaterAid is an international non-profit organization dedicated to helping the world's poorest people gain access to safe water and sanitation. WaterAid works in 27 countries across Africa, Asia, the Pacific region and Central America. Since 1981, WaterAid has reached 17.5 million people with safe water and, since 2004, 12.9 million people with toilets and sanitation.
The Women Veterans Business Center
Through programs, products, services and initiatives, The Women Veterans Business Center supports the education and empowerment of women veterans and military families to start and grow veteran-owned businesses.
William J. Comcowich
President and CEO
Founded in 1999, CyberAlert (http://www.cyberalert.com) is a worldwide media monitoring service that offers one of the most comprehensive media coverage plans in the industry. CyberAlert® 5.0 monitors 55,000+ online news sources worldwide, and CyberAlert Print covers over 25,000 news sources worldwide. CyberAlert TV monitors the closed caption text and video feed of over 2,100 news programs in all 210 markets in the United States. CyberAlert Radio covers more than 250 radio stations in the top 50 U.S. markets. For social media monitoring, CyberAlert Buzz monitors Twitter and Facebook, 100+ million blogs worldwide, 100,000 message boards and UseNet news groups, over 200 video sharing sites like YouTube. CyberAlert offers a no-risk 14-day free media monitoring trial of all its services.