Finalists named in CPBJ’s Nonprofit Innovation Awards

//January 22, 2020

Finalists named in CPBJ’s Nonprofit Innovation Awards

//January 22, 2020

Let’s celebrate the nonprofit leaders.

Each year the Central Penn Business Journal celebrates individuals and organizations who go above and beyond in their work with nonprofit organizations in the midstate.

The awards highlight work in brand identity, collaboration, management operations, leadership and programs. More than 30 leaders and organizations have been named finalists this year. Winners will be announced at a special morning event on March 17 at Spooky Nook Sports in Lancaster County.

More information about the event can be found here.  Here are the 2020 finalists:

Brand Identity/Unique Marketing Campaign

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region

Community Progress Council

Cross Keys Village – The Brethren Home Community

Family Health Council of Central Pennsylvania

Music for Everyone

Vickie’s Angel Foundation

York Count Libraries


Catholic Harvest Food Pantry

Garden Spot Village

Hamilton Health Center

Harrisburg Beer Week

Paxton Ministries


York County Economic Alliance

Management Operations

Byrnes Health Education Center

Humane Society of Harrisburg Area

Mainstreet Waynesboro, Inc.

Nonprofit Leadership Excellence

Michael Fitzgibbons

Susquehanna Valley EMS

Jamien Harvey

Camp Curtin YMCA

Mark Pile

Diakon Lutheran Social Ministries & Diakon Child, Family & Community Ministries

Darrel Reinford

Christian Churches United of the Tri-County Area

Christy Renjilian

Child Care Consultants

Julie Walker

The Peyton Walker Foundation

Jennifer Wintermyer

Tri County Community Action


Clinic for Special Children

Downtown Inc

Good Samaritan Services

Goodwill Keystone Area

The Jewish Home of Greater Harrisburg

Messiah Lifeways

New Hope Ministries