In its 20th year of competition, The Washington Post Award for Excellence in Nonprofit Management, a program of the Center for Nonprofit Advancement, has begun its 2014 application cycle for the next winning organization. The Washington Post Award for Excellence in Nonprofit Management rewards management competence, recognizes innovation, and promotes sustainable best practices that lead to excellence in nonprofit management. Past winners include Good Shepherd Housing and Family Services, Community of Hope, Horton's Kids, and over a dozen other reputable organizations.
A $10,000 grant will be presented to the winning organization, as well as an ad in The Washington Post in the spring. In addition, up to two honorable mentions will be presented with a $2,500 grant award. The winning organization and the honorable mention recipients will be announced during the Best Practices Celebration on May 22, 2014 at The Washington Post. The competition is open to any 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in the Washington metropolitan area and all applicants receive feedback on their management practices from the Award Selection Committee.
Interested in becoming an award recipient? Take the first step in submitting a winning application by attending a free application information session on November 21, 2013 from 9:00-11:00 a.m. at The Washington Post. Learn what committee members look for in winning applications and presentations. Speakers include a past award winner and members of the selection committee. Click here to register. Applications can be submitted through January 6, 2014.
The Washington Post is proud to support the Center for Nonprofit Advancement in its efforts to strengthen nonprofits in the Washington, D.C. area. Through programs such as The Washington Post Award for Excellence in Nonprofit Management that offer constructive feedback on management practices for nonprofits, organizations in the local area are better able to serve the needs of the community.
This award is a program of the Center for Nonprofit Advancement, sponsored by The Washington Post, with additional support by Capital One Bank, the Rotary Club of Washington, DC and Your Part-Time Controller, LLC.