The Georgia Center for Nonprofits (GCN) and The Home Depot Foundation recognized high-performance leadership in metro Atlanta nonprofits. Eight just-released case studies provide models for fellow sector leaders to develop their own high-impact initiatives.
The case studies are the result of the Building Community Network (BCN) initiative. Now in its sixth year hosting BCN, The Home Depot Foundation has invested nearly $3 million in 110 of Atlanta’s top-performing nonprofits. As part of the initiative, GCN and The Home Depot Foundation sponsor a yearly case study competition that recognizes best practices in the areas of leadership, programming, collaboration and innovation within Georgia’s nonprofit sector. The annual Nonprofit IMPACT Awards recognize the very best case studies.
The theme of this year’s case study competition was leadership – in all its dimensions, from developing mentoring programs to coalition building. Each in-depth case study explores the tactics employed by an Atlanta nonprofit leader in addressing their challenges.
The winners of this year’s awards and runners-up are all featured in the 2013 Nonprofit IMPACT Awards Case Studies document, available for download.
Developing Strategic Partnerships
- Winner | Chattahoochee Riverkeeper, Collaborating to Restore the Chattahoochee River Basin
- Runner-up | Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta, Leveraging Listening
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