CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA FOOD BANK EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR JOE ARTHUR ANNOUNCED AS A 2017 FINALIST
CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA FOOD BANK EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
JOE ARTHUR ANNOUNCED AS A 2017 FINALIST
– The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank is pleased to announce that its Executive Director Joe Arthur will be recognized as a finalist in the 2017 Nonprofit Innovation Awards
program in the Nonprofit Leadership Excellence Category
. [An alphabetical listing of all finalists follows at the end of press release.]
An awards breakfast will be held on Thursday, March 9, 2017, from 7:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. at the Lancaster Marriott to recognize 35 central Pennsylvania nonprofit organizations and their leaders for developing creative ways to help the region’s citizens with limited resources.
During the program, the winning organization in each category will be revealed and they will receive a check to continue their good work in our community.
Everyone is welcome to attend the event, where they can congratulate and network with the honorees. Seats and tables can be reserved online at www.CPBJ.com/events.
The 2017 Nonprofit Innovation Awards are made possible by a partnership of the Central Penn Business Journal, the Lancaster County Community Foundation, The Foundation for Enhancing Communities (TFEC), and the York County Community Foundation. The program sponsors include: First National Bank; Maher Duessel; Philadelphia Insurance Companies; Temple University Harrisburg; UPMC HealthPlan and Engle Printing & Publishing.
For more information about these special awards, please visit www.CPBJ.com/events. Please contact Jill Caldwell with the Central Penn Business Journal at 717-236-4300 or email@example.com with any questions.
About Central Pennsylvania Food Bank
The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to reduce hunger in 27 counties across Pennsylvania. By working with more than 900 local agencies, the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank provides nearly 650,000 nutritious meals to people in need every week. For more information on the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank and its mission to reduce hunger in Pennsylvania, visit centralpafoodbank.org or call 717.564.1700.
List of 2017 Nonprofit Innovation Awards Finalists
Listed in alphabetical order within each awards category. The winner of each category will be revealed during an awards event to be held on March 9, 2017 at the Lancaster Marriott.
Brand Identity/Unique Marketing Campaign Category
These nonprofits have used a new marketing concept to attract financial support, volunteers and/or clients.
Bridge of Hope Harrisburg—Dauphin County
Family First Health—York County
Girls on the Run Capital Area—Cumberland County
Y.O.U.T.H. Program Inc. —York County
York County History Center—York County
These nonprofits have executed an innovative program with another organization(s) for a common goal.
Communities In Schools of Pennsylvania—Dauphin County
Cross Keys Village—Adams County
Downtown Inc—York County
Lancaster County Coalition to End Homelessness—Lancaster County
Perry Council Literacy Council—Perry County
PinnacleHealth Foundation—Dauphin County
Susquehanna Heritage—York County
York County Literacy Council—York County
Management Operations Category
These nonprofits have adopted sound management principles, leading to a significant increase in their organization’s ability to meet its mission.
Community Action Partnership of Lancaster County—Lancaster County
Diakon Child, Family & Community Ministries—Dauphin County
Milton Hershey School—Dauphin County
South Central PA Sickle Cell Council —Dauphin County
These nonprofits have created and implemented programs or events locally to increase the effectiveness of their mission.
Children Deserve A Chance—Lancaster County
Feel Your Boobies Foundation—Dauphin County
Friendship Community—Lancaster County
Hamilton Health Center—Dauphin County
Leg Up Farm—York County
Planned Parenthood Keystone—York County
Please Live—Cumberland County
Rainbow's End Youth Services—Lancaster County
Suits to Careers, Inc. —Dauphin County
Nonprofit Leadership Excellence Category
This category identifies and recognizes an exemplary nonprofit leader whose accomplishments have advanced his/her organization and field of service.
Joseph Arthur, Central Pennsylvania Food Bank—Dauphin County
Ann Davis, DreamWrights Center for Community Arts—York County
James DeBord, Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center of Lancaster County—Lancaster County
Juanita Edrington-Grant, C.R.A.M. —Dauphin County
Jessica Laspino, CASA of Lancaster County—Lancaster County
Jason Meckes, The Harrisburg Area Riverboat Society—Dauphin County
Barbara Titanish, H.O.P.E.—York County
Mary Anne Winkelman, Cultural Alliance of York County—York County