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Minnesota Council of Nonprofits (MCN)
06/14/21 8:00 AM
Award to a Minnesota nonprofit organization to recognize outstanding advocacy efforts. The award is intended to honor an organization that has implemented successful and effective strategies that have significantly impacted the organization's constituency. Eligible nominees may serve residents in or outside the State.
The Advocacy Award recognizes advocacy as one of the most effective and unique roles of nonprofit organizations. Nominated organizations should:
The selection committee is particularly interested in the work of coalitions, though coalition work is not a requirement to receive this award. Types of advocacy work honored in this category could include: systems change, legislative action, civic engagement, grassroots advocacy, etc.
The achievements of the organization must be relevant (i.e. should have taken place within approximately the last 12-18 months).
GrantWatch ID#: 185835
Organizations chosen to receive a Nonprofit Mission Award will receive the honor and distinction of being recognized as a leader among Minnesota's nonprofits. Organizations will also receive a 2-4 minute video production capturing the organizations work for which it is receiving the award and a one-of-a-kind art glass award engraved with your organization's name. Winning organizations will be featured with a profile of the organization in MCN's Nonprofit News reaching 14,000 nonprofit peers and in media releases to Minnesota and national media. In addition, a cash or scholarship prize will be awarded.
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