Resourcefullness Award

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2018 RESOURCEFULLNESS AWARD WINNERS!

With great pleasure, we announce the 2018 Resourcefullness Award winners. These organizations have implemented creative, sustainable and impactful revenue generating initiatives.

Our congratulations to:

GRAND PRIZE - $10,000
Arizona
The Be Kind People Project

Colorado
Focus Points Family Center

Minnesota
Pillsbury United Companies

North Dakota
The Village Family Service Center

Utah
HawkWatch International

RUNNERS-UP - $2,500
Arizona
Furnishing Dignity

Future Forward Foundation, Inc.

Colorado
Project Angel Heart

Starting Hearts

Minnesota
Children’s Theatre Company

Hmong American Partnership

North Dakota
Abused Adult Resource Center

Unseen

Utah
Rural Housing Development Corporation

Disability Law 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:

Thomas Adams, President and Chief Executive Officer, Better Futures Minnesota
Christine Benero, President and Chief Executive Officer, Mile High United Way
Kathy Bray, President and Chief Executive Officer, Volunteers of America Utah
Bob Cohen, Principal, Tamar Fink
Dr. Kelly K. Damron, Assistant Professor, Grand Canyon University
Su Hawk, Technology Business Partnerships Manager, CareerWise
Pamela Keefe, Vice President-Nonprofit Relationship Manager, National Bank of Arizona®
Scott McLeod, Vice President of Collective Impact Partnerships, United Way of Salt Lake
Jamie Millard, Executive Director, Pollen
Eric Piela, Head of Brand & Buzz, CoSchedule
Christi Schaefbauer, Vice President for Financial Affairs, University of Mary
Pat Traynor, President, Dakota Medical Foundation
Karen Werner, Editor, Frontdoors Media
Marla J. Williams, President and Chief Executive Officer, Community First Foundation
Kai Wilson, Nonprofit Consultant