Once again, the Neighborhood Summit will be recognizing significant contributors to our City's communities with three awards: Community Catalyst of the Year, Lifetime Achievement Award, and, following this year's theme, the Communicating for Change Award
Nominations are now being accepted for the following awards:
Community Catalyst of the Year
A volunteer in a community organization whose energy and ideas lead to a project or program that gets community members involved and excited, that produces good outcomes and results in increased neighborhood engagement
Lifetime Achievement Award
This award will be given to an individual, inside or outside of a community organization, whose life and work has benefited all of Cincinnati, through creating inclusiveness, increasing the viability of community activities and organizations, and supporting neighborhoods and neighborhood leaders.
Communicating for Change Award
This award goes to an outstanding project that demonstrates a community based communication strategy that exemplifies best practices in one or more of the following ways: content, outreach, engagement, dialogue, and collective action. The nominated project must have occurred within the last three years.
Nominations will be accepted through Wed, January 24, 2017.