The PR Coalition describes itself as "a partnership of major organizations representing corporate public relations, investor relations, public affairs and related communications disciplines" that develops "practical action models on a number of issues relevant to public relations." 
Organizations participating in the PR Coalition include:
- Arthur W. Page Society
- The Conference Board Council on Communications Strategy
- Corporate Communication Institute at Fairleigh Dickinson University (CCI)
- Council of Communication Management
- Council of Public Relations Firms
- Foundation of Women Executives in Public Relations
- Institute for Public Relations
- Institute for Public Relations Measurement Commission
- International Association of Business Communicators (IABC)
- IABC Research Foundation
- International Public Relations Association
- National Black Public Relations Society
- National Investor Relations Institute
- National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA)
- Public Affairs Council
- Public Relations Society of America (PRSA)
- PRSA Counselors Academy
- PRSA Foundation
- Women Executives in Public Relations (WEPR)
- James E. Murphy, Chair
PR Coalition General Reports
- "Principles for Conducting Public Relations on the Internet, undated, accessed April 2007.
- "Restoring Trust in Business: Models for Action, September 2003.
- "Diversity Tracking Survey 2005", The BPRI Group, 2005.
- "Focus On Diversity: Lowering the Barriers, Raising the Bar", May 2005.
PR Coalition and U.S. State Department Public Diplomacy Summitt 2007
- U.S. Department of State, "Plan for Increasing Private Sector Role in Public Diplomacy Is Joint Effort of State Department and Public Relations Coalition", Office of Private Sector Outreach, Office of the Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs, Media Release, April 9, 2007.
- U.D. Department of State and PR Coalition, "Private Sector Summit on Public Diplomacy: Models for Action", April 2007.
- Ted McKenna, "State Dept., PR Coalition summit targets US private sector support", PR Week, January 8 2007.