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12th Annual Pillar Community Innovation Awards Finalists Announced

Yesterday, the twelve finalists for the 12th Annual Pillar Community Innovation Awards were announced at Innovation Works.

The Pillar Community Innovation Awards celebrate how individuals, organizations and enterprises invest in positive community impact in the categories of Innovation, Leadership, Impact, Collaboration and Community Choice. The selected finalists have been deemed examples of those who are making our community better and brighter.

here are the three finalists in each category:

Community Innovation
The Grand Theatre’s 100 Schools Project
Here for Her
School Within a School Program – Thames Valley District School Board

Community Leadership
Jeffrey Robb
Marie Fiedler
Mustfah Madlol

Community Impact
Habitat for Humanity Heartland Ontario
Liberal Arts 101
My Sister’s Place

Community Collaboration
Junior Achievement: Junior Achievement & Fanshawe Kinlin School of Business.
London Suicide Prevention Council: CMHA Middlesex, Vanier Children’s Services, London Family Court Clinic.
London’s Temporary Overdose Prevention Site : Community Drug and Alcohol Strategy/CDAS, Region HIV Aids Connection/RHAC, Middlesex London Health Unit/MLHU.

Congratulations to all of the selected finalists.

Award recipients will receive $2,000 to be directed to the registered charity of their choice and will be presented with a custom-designed award, accompanied by their names engraved on the perpetual plaque in the Hudson’s Bay Passageway at the London Central Library.

The Pillar Community Innovation Awards ceremony will take place on November 22nd, 2018 at the London Convention Centre. If you are interested in attending the event, tickets can be purchased at http://www.pillarnonprofit.ca/event-tickets

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