Please complete all fields and submit by March 3, 2023. Incomplete nominations will not be considered. Any questions should be sent via email to Anna Sainsbury at email@example.com.
A selection committee with evaluate all nominations in accordance with the selection criteria. Nominees will be notified via email once all nominations are reviewed. The award will be presented during a plenary awards luncheon at WISCAP’s Annual Conference, May 2-4, 2023 in Stevens Point, Wis.
Please include a narrative that addresses the following areas of focus for this year's award.
Innovation in Programming (20 points) - Describe the innovative approaches your agency and/or the program/project uses to meet the needs of low-income people and/or communities. If this is a new program/project, describe how the need for such program/project was evaluated. If this is an ongoing program/project, describe how it is being leveraged.
Reducing the Causes and Conditions of Poverty (20 points) - How does the program/project help low-income households achieve emergency or impactful assistance? Collaborative Partnerships (20 points) - Describe the extent to which your agency collaborates with other community organizations, groups, and local/county/state governmental units in order to deliver the program/project to the community.
Community Impact (20 points) - Describe the impact your program/project is currently having on the community/communities it is targeting.
Leveraging Resources (10 points) - Describe the extent to which your agency seeks out and uses resources to assist in the implementation and execution of its program/project. Include both financial and non-financial resources, as applicable.
Effectiveness (10 points) - Describe any aspects of your program/project that are cost effective, sustainable, or scalable on a larger level.