Wow! Because of YOU, we’re a SAGE Award finalist!
The Scranton Area Community Foundation is thrilled to be a SAGE Award finalist in the Best Practices in Community Involvement category!
The SAGE Awards winners will be announced during the annual Chamber Gala, on Friday, March 19.
Additionally, the Scranton Area Community Foundation has the opportunity to be selected for the Scranton Chamber’s People’s Choice Award—but we can’t do it without your help!
Comprised of the 2021 SAGE Awards finalists, the People’s Choice Award offers the community the opportunity to recognize an outstanding local organization or individual through an online popular vote.
To vote for the Scranton Area Community Foundation for the People’s Choice Award, you can do so here or via the link below.
Please vote daily!
You may vote once per day until 4:00 PM on Friday, March 5, 2021.
The People’s Choice Award winner and all other SAGE Award winners will be announced at the Chamber Gala on Friday, March 19, a hybrid event held at the Hilton Scranton & Conference Center and via Zoom.
For more information about the Chamber Gala or SAGE Awards visit scrantonchamber.com.
Thank you to the Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce for this distinguished honor and thank you to all our generous donors and supporters who make our work in the community possible!
The Scranton Area Community Foundation has been a trusted community partner since 1954, serving the community as a steward, a grantmaker, a charitable resource, and a catalyst for change and growth.
The Foundation leads various initiatives including Women in Philanthropy, the Center for Community Leadership and Nonprofit Excellence, NEPA Moves, and the NEPA Animal Welfare Collaborative. Additionally, the Foundation hosts and facilitates #NEPAGives, a one-day online giving event annually in June, and the NEPA Learning Conference, which brings in locally-and nationally-recognized speakers each year.
The Scranton Area Community Foundation is a public 501c3 community foundation with assets of more than $50 million and more than 215 charitable funds. The Scranton Area Community Foundation serves as the administrator to the Northeastern Pennsylvania Health Care Foundation and the Robert H. Spitz Foundation. Through foundation management services offered to other private and public foundations, the Scranton Area Community Foundation additionally manages assets of more than $31 million. More information about the Scranton Area Community Foundation can be found at www.safdn.org.
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