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YNPN Chicago Executive Co-Chairs published Celebration Awards in Special Events 2019-03-17 19:33:57 -0500
At YNPN Chicago’s Annual Celebration, we recognize the accomplishments and outstanding achievements of the Chicago nonprofit sector by presenting awards to leaders in the community. This year’s awards will be presented on Wednesday, May 22 in front of over 100 attendees as well as featured online with our community of over 5,600 subscribers.
Finalists are listed below - public voting closed on May 7.
Snag your ticket to YNPN Chicago's Annual Celebration, where winners will be announced, on Wednesday, May 22.
About the Awards
One winner will be selected from each of the four categories. Categories include:
Young Nonprofit Professional of the Year Finalists
YNPN Chicago’s annual Young Nonprofit Professional of the Year Award recognizes a young professional who has made an outstanding contribution to the Chicago nonprofit sector through exemplary leadership at their organization and/or through volunteer involvement in the Chicago community. We seek to recognize an individual who exceeds the expectations of their professional and/or volunteer role(s) in the sector.
Supervisor of the Year Finalists
A good supervisor is crucial to supporting young nonprofit professionals in navigating career challenges and inspiring and sustaining dedication to the sector. YNPN Chicago’s Supervisor of the Year Award recognizes someone who provides exemplary mentorship to emerging nonprofit leaders in Chicago through active personal and professional development. We seek to recognize an individual who exceeds the expectations of their professional and/or volunteer role(s) in the sector.
Associate Board of the Year Finalists
AIDS Foundation of Chicago Associate Board
Breakthrough Young Professionals (YP) Board
Marillac St. Vincent Family Services Associate Board
Associate Boards (a.k.a. Junior Boards, Auxiliary Boards) are an essential link between the nonprofit and for-profit sectors, broadening support for nonprofit organizations, and developing a leadership pipeline for nonprofit governing boards. YNPN Chicago’s Associate Board of the Year award will recognize an outstanding non-governing board that serves as an asset to the nonprofit community by allowing individuals from across professional sectors to unite in support of a nonprofit organization and the nonprofit community. This award will honor an Associate Board who demonstrates innovation and maximizing collaboration to achieve measurable annual goals.
Nonprofit of the Year Finalists
La Casa Norte
The Surge Institute
Chicago is home to hundreds of nonprofit organizations. The diversity of their missions and programs allows them to address some of society’s greatest needs. They serve as leaders in the community, and, with few resources, work to make the world a better place. This award will honor a nonprofit organization that exemplifies leadership in the sector and provides support for the young professionals it employs.
Nomination Process and Voting
Nomination for all award categories were accepted from general public until April 9. From this pool, a selection committee made up of YNPN Chicago board members identified finalists. One winner from each category was chosen based on an online public vote.
Public voting closed May 7 at 5 p.m. for finalists - grab your ticket to our Annual Celebration event to see the winners!
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Congrats to all of the amazing Chicago nonprofits who have been recognized in the past for their amazing mission, associate boards, and staff! Past award winners include:
Art Institute of Chicago
Community Memorial Foundation
Chicago High School for the Arts
Chicago Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights
Chicago Urban League
Cradles to Crayons
Illinois Action for Children
Institute on Disability and Human Development at UIC
North Park University, Axelson Center
North Shore University Health System
One Million Degrees
Pierce Family Foundation