Nominate Your Favorite Nonprofit for a Light a Fire Award Seattle Met wants to honor the city’s nonprofit all-stars
So you know all those arts organizations that make our city a fun, vibrant place to live? Go to Light a Fire Awards to nominate your favorites. The deadline has been extended to July 30, 2012.
Seattle Met magazine welcomes you to participate in the first annual Light a Fire Awards! We are currently accepting nominations for individuals and nonprofit organizations to be celebrated in the pages of Seattle Met and at an awards event in the fall. The deadline for nominations is July 30.
These awards honor outstanding individuals and nonprofit organizations working to make the Seattle metropolitan area more prosperous, beautiful, healthful—in a word, better—for all our citizens. And it’s time for you to tell us who is raising the bar for everyone.
As noted over on PubliCola: We’re looking for outstanding local nonprofit organizations and exceptional staffers at nonprofits. It’s usually the big donors who get recognized at the fancy dinners, and rightfully so. But we’re looking for the people who are in the trenches every day, dedicating their lives to improving the lot of others. We want to give them a fancy dinner of their own.
So you know all those arts organizations that make our city a fun, vibrant place to live? Go to Light a Fire Awards to nominate your favorites. The deadline has been extended to July 30.
Best New Nonprofit An organization younger than three years old.
Honoring Our Elders An organization dedicated to the seasoned folks.
Inspiring Our Next Generation An organization helping children.
Keeping Us Healthy An organization expanding our lifespans.
Most with the Least An organization doing a lot with a little.
Purely for Love An organization without paid staff.
Nurturing Creativity An organization protecting art and culture.
Extraordinary Pro Bono Contribution A person or company whose time/resources had a major impact.
Extraordinary Board Member
Extraordinary Executive Director