TORRANCE, CALIF., August 31, 2023 – The South Bay Cities Council of Governments (SBCCOG) is proud to announce that it has been selected as a finalist in the Print Publication category for PR Daily’s Nonprofit Communications Awards program. This esteemed program honors organizations that have demonstrated excellence in nonprofit communications and highlights their impactful efforts in the industry.  

The SBCCOG was chosen from a competitive pool of entries to receive recognition for its South Bay Watch newsletter. The newsletter is a quarterly bulletin designed to inform local leaders and the community of subregional progress and alert them to emerging issues in the South Bay.  

“We are thrilled that our publication was selected among such high-caliber competition,” Colleen Farrell, South Bay Watch editor and SBCCOG senior project manager, communications, said. “We work hard to present meaningful content about the impactful programs we manage on behalf of the subregion that advance our mission of fostering cooperation, collaboration and innovation for South Bay cities.”  

The winners of PR Daily’s Nonprofit Communications Awards will be announced during a special industry Awards Luncheon on September 28, 2023, at the Yale Club in New York City. The event will bring together leading nonprofit professionals, communications experts, and diversity and inclusion champions to celebrate the finalists and their exceptional contributions. 

PR Daily’s Nonprofit Communications Awards program celebrates the most innovative and effective nonprofit communications initiatives from around the world. The SBCCOG’s finalist recognition in this esteemed program is a testament to its dedication to advancing its mission and making a positive impact in the communities it serves. 

For more information about PR Daily’s Nonprofit Communications Awards Program and the upcoming awards luncheon, please visit the official luncheon page. 


The South Bay Cities Council of Governments (SBCCOG) is a joint powers government agency of 16 cities and the County of Los Angeles which share the goal of maximizing the quality of life and productivity of the subregion. Within this structure, cities and Los Angeles County maintain the qualities and characteristics that make them unique and independent, while also coming together collectively to address issues of common interest for a greater good of the communities through fostering cooperation, collaboration and innovation. For more information about the SBCCOG visit  


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