The Long Island Imagine Awards, hailed as the “Academy Awards for Nonprofits” is the leading awards program recognizing innovation and leadership in the nonprofit sector on Long Island. This grant competition was established in 2012 by Ken Cerini, CPA, Managing Partner of Cerini and Associates, LLP. The Long Island Imagine Awards receives hundreds of applications each year from Long Island-based nonprofits who want to spotlight their innovation in programming, social impact and overall excellence. Winners are announced LIVE at the event after their video is premiered in front of an audience filled with over 400 supporters of the sector. Each finalist receives a complimentary video, and the winners receive a $5,000 grant to further fund their missions. Nearly $200,000 has been distributed since inception.
You’re invited to the Nonprofit Resource Hub’s upcoming roundtable discussion on June 23, 2020 at 11:00am eastern. Our panel will discuss topics for nonprofit leaders emerging from the Covid-19 pandemic.
So much of networking is personal, and networkers like me now have to figure out how to do that from a distance. How does a person stay top-of-mind in a pandemic? How can professionals stay connected with the centers-of-influence when everything is on pause? I’ve put together seven quick points that I think will be useful to anyone asking those questions.