COVID-19 Resiliency: Recognizing the impact of an organization that changed course, expanded, or otherwise took extraordinary measures in response to COVID-19, whether they involve front-line personnel or first responders, healthcare, food provision or delivery, personal protection equipment, or other relief, recovery, and rebuilding initiatives.
Leadership Excellence: An exceptional nonprofit organization CEO, executive director, or board chair.
Most Successful Fundraising or Awareness Campaign: A nonprofit organization that developed and executed a particularly successful capital, operational, endowment, marketing and/or advocacy campaign during the past year.
Nonprofit Team of the Year: A nonprofit staff (or a team within the larger organization) that works to support one of the organization’s specific causes or programs.
Outstanding Innovation: A nonprofit that is putting forth new ideas or strategies that relate to the organization’s operations and execution of its mission.
Organization of the Year: A nonprofit organization that deserves to be recognized over all others for its service and mission-based success. (Awards will be given for various sizes of organizations.)
Social Enterprise: A nonprofit organization applying creative strategies to maximize benefits to the North Texas community; emphasis is placed on impact and outcomes.
Volunteer of the Year: A volunteer who consistently goes above and beyond in lending their time and expertise to a nonprofit organization.
Capital One Impact Initiative Award: Recognizes the innovative efforts of a local nonprofit in addressing the pressing needs of our community within affordable housing, small business support, workforce development, or financial well-being.