Tampa, FL, June 11, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The Tampa Bay Business Journal revealed the winners for the 2014 Nonprofit on Thursday, June 5th. The awards ceremony was held at A La Carte Event Pavilion. There were eight categories: Arts, Culture & Humanities; Children & Youth Services; Crisis Resources; Education; Environment & Animals; Family Services; Health & Human Services; and Public & Societal Benefit.
Congratulations 2014 Nonprofit of the Year Winners:
Arts, Culture & Humanities
South Florida Museum
Children & Youth Services
Manatee County Girls Club dba Just for Girls
CASA (Community Action Stops Abuse Inc.)
Forty Carrots Family Center
Environment & Animals
Southeastern Guide Dogs
Tampa Jewish Family Services Inc.
Health & Human Services
Public & Societal Benefit
The final award presented was The Judge’s Choice Award that was given to an organization that the TBBJ judges felt were on the right track and worthy of special recognition. This organization will receive a spot in this year’s Orange Jam. Orange Jam is an event held each year whereby Trickey Jennus, an award-winning Tampa advertising agency, provides creative and marketing services to non-profits on a pro-bono basis.
The 2014 Judges Choice Winner
Nominations for the next Tampa Bay Business Journal event are open. Visit http://www.bizjournals.com/tampabay/nomination/ for nomination guidelines.
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