HPRA Holiday Mixer Donates Toys to Needy Children


December 4, 2006

HPRA Holiday Mixer Donates Toys to Needy Children

The Hispanic Public Relations Association (HPRA) will be teaming up with Para Los Niños to give gifts to needy children this holiday season.


New, unwrapped toys will be accepted at the association's Holiday mixer this year. Books and other educational items are welcomed donations.

HPRA has more than 150 members representing public relations, marketing and advertising professionals from agencies, government, nonprofit and corporate companies.


Corporate sponsors of the Holiday event include: La Agencia de Orci, : La Agencia de Orci, Edelman, Kaiser Permanente and others


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