Resourcefullness Award

Congratulations to the 2019 Resourcefullness Award Winners!

With great pleasure, we announce the 2019 Resourcefullness Award winners. These organizations have implemented creative, sustainable and impactful revenue generating initiatives.

Our congratulations to:

GRAND PRIZE - $10,000


Arizona

Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

Colorado
Easterseals Colorado

Minnesota
Feeding Our Communities Partners

North Dakota
YWCA Cass Clay

Utah
Volunteers of America, Utah

 

RUNNERS-UP - $2,500


Arizona

Phoenix Rescue Mission
Desert Botanical Garden

Colorado
The Alliance Center
WorkLife Partnership

Minnesota
Juxtaposition Arts
Friends School of Minnesota

North Dakota
Family HealthCare Center
Abused Adult Resource Center

Utah
Utah Arts Alliance
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals

 

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:

Russell Goldstein, Senior Vice President, Private/Institutional Client Advisor, Bank of America Private Bank
Donald Goldman, Professor of Practice, W.P. Carey School of Business
Adair Mosley, President and Chief Executive Officer, Pillsbury United Communities
Nancy Zallek, Executive Director, Mankato Area Foundation
Bill Sands, Community Leader
Brian Ritter, President, Bismarck Mandan Chamber EDC
Shelley Larson, Community Activist
Kristi Huber, President and Chief Executive Officer, United Way of Cass-Clay
Rebecca Dutson, Chief Executive Officer, The Children’s Center
Brian Cadman, David Exxles Faculty Fellow, David Eccles School of Business, University of Utah
Christine Benero, President and Chief Executive Officer, Mile High United Way
Su Hawk, Technology Business Partnerships Manager, CareerWise
Karen Werner, Editor, Frontdoors Media
Marla J. Williams, President and Chief Executive Officer, Community First Foundation
Kai Wilson, Nonprofit Consultant, Pathway Associates