Best Nonprofit To Work For 2008
Opportunity Knocks 2nd Annual Peoples Choice Best Nonprofit to Work For Awards
Announcing the Winners!
We are pleased to announce the Winners of the Opportunity Knocks 2nd Annual Peoples Choice Best Nonprofit to Work For Awards!
Winners were selected by Opportunity Knocks from nominations held November 12 through December 31, 2008 based on employee submissions of a brief essay on why they consider their organization a great place to work.
Nominators could take into consideration factors that are important to them such as, quality of work/life balance, their organizations’ adherence to its mission, comradery of employees, unique benefits, training programs and career paths.
A total of fifteen (15) winners were awarded based on three categories of operating budget size.
Look for the award logo on their site to know that they truly are a great place to work!
And the winners are…
Operating Budget $2.5 Million or Less
- 100 Black Men of Atlanta, Inc.
- Breast Cancer Connections
- Ella Baker Center for Human Rights
- Open Books
Operating Budget $2.5 Million to $5 Million
- Center for Literacy
- Homeless Prenatal Program
- Indian Oaks Academy
- Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Georgia Chapter
- United Way of the Central Savannah River Area, Inc.
Operating Budget $5 Million or More
- Facing History and Ourselves
- Family Planning Council
- Hillcrest Family Services
- The Doe Fund
- World Wildlife Fund
“The 2nd Annual Peoples Choice Best Nonprofit to Work For Awards demonstrates how nonprofit organizations can not only make a difference in the community but also have an incredibly positive impact on the lives of the people that work for them. Opportunity Knocks continues to see the need to provide nonprofit professionals a platform to give recognition and appreciation to the organizations providing quality work environments for the people in jobs that change the world. Congratulations to the winners and thanks to all that took the time to submit their nomination.”
– Karen Beavor, President and CEO of Opportunity Knocks.