• April 6 Advisory

    Pwede Ka Ring Maging Ka-Brigada!

    Would you like to join your friends and partners from the Ayala group for a volunteer activity?

    Sign up now for the #BrigadangAyala activity scheduled on Saturday, April 6, at Ayala Malls Manila Bay!

    Spend the weekend packing 22,000 disaster survival kits, which will be distributed to Ayala Foundation’s partner communities nationwide.

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    PRSP 2024-2025 Board of Trustees takes oath of office in Malacanang

    Officers and members of the Board of Trustees of the Public Relations Society of the Philippines (PRSP), 2024-2025, were formally sworn into office in an official oath-taking ceremony held recently in Malacanang Palace.

    The new PRSP board members took their oath of office before Hon. Cheloy Velicaria-Garafil, Secretary of the Presidential Communications Office (PCO).

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    PRSP celebrates 67 years of service as the country’s premier organization for PR professionals

    Manila, Philippines, February 19, 2024 – The Public Relations in the Philippines (PRSP) today announced that it is celebrating more than six decades of service to Filipino public relations professionals, supporting young practitioners and helping further hone their talents.

    With a celebrated history that dates as far back as 1957, post-World War II, the organization has been dedicated to recognizing the importance of PR in business and empowering the people that drive it in motion.

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    PRSP pushes inclusivity and transparency through its "PR for All" thrust in 2024-2025

    Manila, Philippines. March 1, 2024 – The Public Relations Society of the Philippines (PRSP),the country's premier organization for public relations professionals, proudly announces itstheme for 2024-2025 -- "PR for All."

    The launch of the theme is meant to further underscore the society's commitment to fostering aninclusive, ethical, honorable, and transparent community where professionals, both seasoned veterans and emerging talents, can thrive and contribute meaningfully.

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    PRSP KICKS OFF MEDIA LITERACY PROGRAM. The Public Relations Society of the Philippines (PRSP) is set to conduct a media literacy program this year designed to help high school students develop critical thinking and help them distinguish between a real news story and one that is "fake" -- meant only to disinform the public. The media literacy program is in partnership with the Ayala Foundation Inc. and is being undertaken in response to the DepEd's call to develop critical thinking among high school students as well as spur their understanding and appreciation on news and information.