Community Innovation Award finalists honour London nonprofits and individuals

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Leaders in London’s non-profit community are being honoured.

The Pillar Nonprofit Network announced finalists Tuesday for its annual Community Innovation Awards, citing leadership in four categories: innovation, leadership, impact and collaboration.

The nominees “inspire our community and remind us of the incredible heart and work from nonprofits, leaders and business,” Pillar said in a news release.

“The selected finalists are examples of those who are making our community better and brighter.”

The Pillar Community Innovation Awards ceremony will take place on November 22 at the London Convention Centre. Award recipients will receive $2,000 to be directed to the registered charity of their choice and will be presented with an award.

Pillar Nonprofit Network is a London agency that works to strengthen the nonprofit sector through education and advocacy.

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THE FINALISTS ARE

Innovation

Positive Voice at Nokee Kwe

Childreach Wild Child Outdoor Playgroup

ATN’s Old East Village Grocer Project

Leadership

Justin Tiseo

Savanah Sewell

Wayne Dunn

Impact

George Bray Sports Association

Southern Ontario Ukulele Players

Community Engaged Learning at Western University

Collaboration

London Interfaith Peace Camp King’s University College

Care for Newcomer Children & Merrymount Family Support & Crisis Centre

Baby’s Book Bag: Literacy Right From The Start and Kiwanis Club


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