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RESOURCEFULLNESS

AWARD 2017

AWARDING NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS FOR THEIR FINANCIAL IMPACT

Congratulations to the 2017 Resourcefullness Award Winners!

With great pleasure, we announce the 2017 Resourcefullness Award winners. These organizations have implemented creative, sustainable and impactful revenue generating initiatives.

Our congratulations to:

GRAND PRIZE - $10,000
Arizona
Brighter Way Institute

Colorado
American Indian College Fund

Minnesota
Better Futures Minnesota

Utah
Mountainlands Community Housing Association

RUNNERS-UP - $2,500
Arizona
Arizona Humane Society
Stardust Building Supplies

Colorado
Children’s Museum of Denver
Comitis Crisis Center, Inc.

Minnesota
Feed My Starving Children
Loaves and Fishes Too

Utah
Neighborhood House Association
Moab Valley Multicultural Center

 

We are grateful for our external judges who graciously dedicate significant time combing all the outstanding submissions. The award would not be possible without them so a big thank you to:

Christine Benero, President and Chief Executive Officer, Mile High United Way
Kathy Bray, President and Chief Executive Officer, Volunteers of America Utah
Jerry Brennan, Director, Private Wealth Management, Robert W Baird & Co.
Lin Sue Cooney, Director of Community Engagement, Hospice of the Valley
Alex Eaton, Chief Executive Officer, Community Foundation of Utah
Su Hawk, President and CEO, B:CIVIC
Naomi Horsager, Chief Financial Officer, Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies
Kate Rubalcava, Chief Executive Officer, Utah Nonprofits Association
Jean Sazevich, Philanthropy Consultant
Chris Tawney, Vice President for Advancement, Catholic Community Foundation for the Diocese of Phoenix
Andrea Tyler Evans, Publisher, FrontdoorsMedia.com and Principal-Event Planning, Evans Communications
Marla J. Williams, President and CEO, Community First Foundation