The ceremony was held Thursday morning at the Lancaster Marriott at Penn Square.
The winners and runners-up in each category will receive grants to continue their work in the community.
View this year’s finalists below, and click here to be notified when nominations open for the 2018 Nonprofit Innovation Awards.
Winner: York County History Center
Runner-up: Family First Health
Winner: Lancaster County Coalition to End Homelessness
Runner-up: Perry County Literacy Council
Winner: Diakon Child, Family & Community Ministries
Runner-up: Community Action Partnership of Lancaster County
Winner: Leg Up Farm
Runner-up: Please Live, Inc.
Winner: Joe Arthur, executive director, Central Pennsylvania Food Bank