FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 30, 2012
Pillar Community Innovation Awards 2012
LONDON, ONTARIO – Share your stories. Inspire by example. Recognize deserving individuals and organizations.
The Pillar Community Innovation Awards celebrate nonprofits and charities and the businesses, government sector organizations and individuals who work together to make our community brighter.
The finalists for this year’s Pillar Community Innovation Awards have now been selected. Pleasejoin us in congratulating them for all their efforts to make our community brighter. The field has been narrowed to three finalists in each of the four award categories: Community Innovation, Community Leadership, Community Impact, and Community Collaboration. They are:
Community Innovation Finalists
Art for AIDS International
A Book For Every Child
The Massel-Cruikshank Breast Cancer Patient Assistance Fund
Community Leadership Finalists
Cohen Highley LLP
Community Impact Finalists
London InterCommunity Health Centre
Community Collaboration Finalists
Gerontology In Practice – Community Service Learning
London Dental Community Cares
These finalists have all made great contributions to the lives of everyday Londoners and surrounding communities. The Pillar Community Innovation Awards Celebration takes place November 13 at the London Convention Centre. This is our opportunity to recognize their hard work and selfless dedication to make our community brighter. Award recipients will be announced the night of the event and will receive $2500 to be directed back to the registered charity of their choice.
For more information, please visit www.pillarnonprofit.ca or phone at 519-433-7876. Save the Date November 13th. Tickets available soon.
Pillar gratefully acknowledges the generous sponsors who are making this event possible:
Libro Financial Group (Platinum sponsor)
3M / Rogers TV / FreshFM103.1, Greatest Hits103.9, AM980 & FM96 (Gold sponsors)
About Pillar Nonprofit Network
Pillar Nonprofit Network is a voice for the nonprofit sector and supports nonprofit organizations in fulfilling their missions in our community.
We provide leadership, advocacy and support to the nonprofit sector through the promotion of volunteerism, professional development, networking, and information.
Pillar Nonprofit Network has over 285 members and individuals from sectors including environment, health, education, social services, arts, sports and faith.
Nicole St. John
Program & Event Coordinator
Pillar Nonprofit Network
251 Dundas St.
London, ON N6A 6H9
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