Affiliate of the Year Award


Now in its 31st year, the Affiliate of the Year Award is the highest honor bestowed on an NCLR Affiliate for its exemplary work in serving the Latino community and advancing the mission of NCLR. The award recognizes an Affiliate that has demonstrated exceptional work in meeting the needs of its community and empowering Latinos. The award provides NCLR with a vehicle by which to showcase the achievements of its Affiliate Network and highlight how its work has had a positive and meaningful impact in the Latino community.

Award Overview

National Affiliate of the Year
One organization that exemplifies the mission of NCLR will be designated the 2013 NCLR Affiliate of the Year. The winning organization will:

  • Receive a cash award of $25,000 and an engraved plaque
  • Receive a special invitation to the 2013 NCLR Awards Gala with an opportunity to address those in attendance
  • Be highlighted via a legacy video to be featured during the Awards Gala
  • Receive promotional consideration via a press release, media opportunities, and other NCLR channels
  • Have an opportunity to host a two-day Peer Exchange Session for up to 15 other Affiliates

Regional Affiliate of the Year

The Regional Affiliate of the Year will be presented to five organizations whose region is not represented by the national winner. The six NCLR regions include California, Far West, Midwest, Northeast, Southeast, and Texas. The winning organizations will:

  • Receive a cash award of $5,000 and an engraved plaque
  • Receive a special invitation to the 2013 NCLR Affiliate Leadership Breakfast
  • Receive promotional consideration via a press release, media opportunities, and other NCLR channels

 

The award is presented in partnership with:

For more information, please contact:

Daniel Rico
Grants and Special Programs Coordinator
drico@nclr.org

 

NCLR is no longer accepting nominations for the 2013 award cycle.  Applicants will be notified in late May of the decision.



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