Nonprofit Village’s Annual Breakfast honors those corporations, individuals, and nonprofits that have made a difference in the community. The collaboration that happens among diverse people and organizations is a key feature of this region and one that distinguishes it from many other communities. When the public, private and charitable sectors come together, we can better solve problems, address the needs of those less fortunate, and create a stronger, more effective nonprofit sector. Nominations are open in October each year.
2018 Award Recipients
Hospice Caring provides for Montgomery County adults and children facing a life-threatening illness or grieving the death of a loved one. Its hospice and bereavement support helps individuals find their “new normal.” The programs are designed to ensure that no one grieves without support, and no patient dies alone
MCCH provides solutions to end homelessness in Montgomery County. It offers direct services to its clients, while also advocating for systematic change. Working with over 1,600 individuals each year, MCCH works to solve the affordable housing crisis for our community’s most vulnerable residents.
DAVIS Construction’s commitment to serving the community doesn’t go unnoticed. With its community development outreach, it offers thousands of in-kind construction and professional service hours. It also offers mentoring and scholarship programs to many small and minority businesses.
Carrie Rich is the co-founder and CEO of The Global Good Fund. Carrie brings collaboration, expertise, and awareness to social purpose work, particularly educating the community about careers and businesses that make impact. Since the Global Good Fund Fellowship began in 2012, more than 200,000 jobs have been created globally.