(Photo by Julie Zeglen)
And the award goes to …
Last night was INTER/VIEW, Generocity’s second annual jobs and engagement fair, where we connected over 150 attendees to 18 nonprofits and mission-minded companies — 10 hiring, 8 seeking volunteers — that share their professional and personal values.
— Albert Hong (@AtotheHONG) May 23, 2017
(Shoutout to Resources for Human Development for sponsoring headshots by the awesome Dominique Nichole, and to Foodee for providing the delicious Mediterranean food.)
This year, we also introduced INTER/VIEW Shoutouts, our just-for-fun superlatives for people and organizations in Philly’s social impact community. Public nominations were open in early May and vetted by the Generocity editorial team. Finalists were voted on by the public.
Now, the dust has settled, and we’re finally ready to announce the inaugural winners of these v neat awards.
From our Partners
— DeAnna Minus-Vincent (@DeAnnaBDT) May 24, 2017
- Chief of Making Things Happen — U.S. Department of Arts and Culture
Best Organizational Perks
- Unlimited PTO — Interactive Mechanics
— Amelia Longo (@ameliaexmachina) May 23, 2017
Most Creative Fundraising Campaign
- Brew a beer in honor of a community org — Triple Bottom Brewing Co.
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