PRNEWS today announced the winners of its 2023 Nonprofit Awards, which celebrates the most talented communicators and teams in the nonprofit sector, as well as the most innovative and effective campaigns.
“This year’s Nonprofit Award winners demonstrate the tremendous impact that communications has on so many important issues of today,” says Erika Bradbury, Editorial Director of PRNEWS. “This year’s list includes successful advocacy and fundraising campaigns, as well as work that creates more inclusive opportunities for underrepresented groups, often with limited budgets and resources.”
Cohen Veterans Network Communications & Marketing Team was named Nonprofit Team of the year, for its work with veterans and military family members.
Nisha Morris at City of Hope took home top honors for nonprofit communicator of the year. Morris was recognized for her work to open a new $1 billion cancer campus, garnering regional brand recognition, even before its doors opened.
Orchard School Community won in two categories: Advocacy Campaign and Lobbying Efforts and PR on a Shoestring Budget, while the Special Olympics won for its Gaming for Inclusion campaign for both Corporate/Nonprofit Partnership and Diversity and Inclusion Campaign.
Find a full list of winners here.
Congratulations to all of this year's winners and honorable mentions.