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Doing Good for the World

At Do Good Public Relations, not only do we care about our clients but we care about making the world a little better. Every day we work with different non-profit organizations to help drive their mission. Through donations, volunteering, event coordination, and more, we dedicate our time and resources for the greater good. DGPR has always been an organization focused on social good. Take a look at some of the organizations we give back to.


Women's National Book Association (WNBA) is a  501(c)(3) non-profit. It was first established in 1917, before women in America had the right to vote. The WNBA’s founding idea—that books have power and that those involved in their creation gain strength from joining forces—reaches across the decades to now serve members across the country, in local chapters and network members in locations beyond the chapter cities. With nine chapters across the nation and an active national network membership, there is always something happening for members of WNBA. 

The organization has a range of programs including our affiliation with the United Nations Department of Public Information, the sponsorship of National Reading Group Month, and four distinguished national awards—the WNBA Award, the WNBA Pannel Award to Bookstores, the Eastman grant, and the Great Group Reads Awards. These national programs, plus lively events in chapter cities across the country, all contribute to the vibrant and expansive role that the WNBA has played in the world of books.

To learn more about the WNBA and how to join or support it, please visit their website.

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Noah’s Bark is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit pet rescue organization based in the Los Angeles, South Bay area. Noah’s Bark rescues all breeds. Some dogs are brought in as strays, but the majority come from LA area shelters, all of which are HIGH KILL shelters. They often rescue the most broken dogs from these shelters, the ones that would have little to no chance of being adopted by the public. Noah’s Bark gives these dogs a second chance at a new and loving life.

Noah’s Bark is committed to finding permanent and happy homes for these unwanted and homeless pets. Founded in 1997 by Lila Hemmingway, it is now run by dedicated animal advocate, Shelly Gomez. Each year they rescue and rehome approximately 300 pets. Their organization does not have a shelter where all of the rescues are centrally housed, instead dedicated volunteers provide foster homes while the rescues await their forever homes. You can meet the adoptable dogs every Saturday from 12-3 p.m. at Petco 24413 Crenshaw Blvd., Torrance, CA 90505.

For more information or if you would like to help Noah’s Bark by becoming a foster or by making a donation, please visit our website at

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