Nominations sought for Impact Award

Ozaukee Nonprofit Center is seeking nominations for its Ozaukee Impact Awards, which celebrate the individuals, groups and companies that epitomized the spirit of giving in 2023.

Nominations are being sought for Community Collaboration of the Year, Community Stewardship of the Year, Nonprofit Emerging Leader of the Year, Nonprofit of the Year and Volunteer of the Year.

Nominations, which will be taken through 5 p.m. Monday, April 3, can be made online at

The Community Collaboration of the Year award recognizes two or more volunteer groups or nonprofit organizations that collaborated on a local initiative or project that made an impact within the community.

Community Stewardship of the Year honors a corporation or business entity that has made a substantial impact in the community through monetary or in-kind donations, sponsorships or employee volunteer programs.

Nonprofit Emerging Leader of the Year recognizes an early or mid-career nonprofit professional who demonstrates a strong sense of vision, passion, and commitment to the community.

Nonprofit of the Year acknowledges an organization for its service and mission-based success in 2023.

Volunteer of the Year recognizes someone who consistently went above and beyond in lending their time and expertise to a nonprofit organization.

Special consideration in each category will be given to Ozaukee Nonprofit Center member organizations.

Winners of the 2022 Ozaukee Impact Awards are not eligible to receive the same award two years in a row but may be recognized in another category.

Nominees will be contacted prior to the award ceremony to confirm their participation and to complete a questionnaire about their work. Those who complete the questionnaire will be listed on the Ozaukee Nonprofit Center website.

The awards luncheon will be held from noon to 1:30 p.m. Thursday, June 15.



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