Ideas, companies and people, all together for People for People Gala.
The event we imagined years ago, the People for People Gala recognizes and appreciates excellency in resource mobilization because we are positive that being involved in the community life, through resource mobilization, helps us all have a better life, regardless of whether we are the ones who give out resources, or the ones who receive them.Here are the categories opened for nominations at the People for People Gala:
1. The first category is dedicated to CSR programs and projects of companies that invest in the community and succeed to create impact through mobilization of financial and human resources.
2. The second category is dedicated to non-profit organizations that have fundraising activities and campaigns, aimed to attract resources from the community (through organizing events, sponsorships and donations). If you want to nominate a project/program of a company, a non-profit’s fundraising campaign or a professional fundraiser click here
. The Gala Jury will decide the winners on each category.
3. The third type of nomination is the one through which we wish to bring together stories of people who have changed lives: donors, people who voluntarily raise funds, people who are part of the Board of Directors of organizations and manage to inspire the resource mobilization activity, people who engage their social network or who assume projects meant to produce change, journalists or entrepreneurs, etc. In this category, all you have to do is send us the name of the person you know or of whom you’ve heard that did good to the community at this link
, give us their contacts and the rest will be taken care of.
We cannot judge how each person wants to give out his own resources through strict criteria. This is why every nominee in this category will receive a symbol of our gratitude from the Gala Jury and an invitation to the event. No awards will be given here. We want to get to know each other, to look each other’s eyes and to know that we are not alone.
If you want to tell us about a person’s, a company’s or an organization’s involvement in their communities, please click here