The Long Island Imagine Awards Recognizes CP Nassau with Lifetime Achievement Award
The Long Island Imagine Awards was created by Cerini & Associates as a way to showcase the nonprofit sector and all the good work that it does, as well as provide opportunities for deeper collaboration within the sector.
Long Island based nonprofits compete against each other in 5 categories – Arts & Culture; Innovation; Leadership Excellence; Rising Star; & Social Impact, with the winner in each category winning a $5,000 grant. In addition, the 20 finalists, 4 in each category, each receives a professionally produced video, which is showcased the night of the awards ceremony each year.
Hundreds of deserving organizations apply each year, so CP Nassau is very proud of the following distinctions, being named a finalist 4 times and a winner twice. In 2021, CP Nassau will be honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the April 27th virtual Imagine Awards ceremony.
Breakdown of CP Nassau‘s run:
8th Annual Imagine Awards (2020) – Winner, Innovation Award for MOVE Program
7th Annual Imagine Awards (2019) – Finalist in Leadership Excellence Award & Innovation Award
(Mary C. Hodge, Leadership and MOVE Program – Innovation)
6th Annual Imagine Awards (2018) – Finalist in Leadership Excellence Award – (Mary C. Hodge)
5th Annual Imagine Awards (2017) – Finalist in Innovation Award – The Upsee
Inaugural Imagine Awards (2013) – Winner, Social Entrepreneurism Award
Tickets are available to participate in the Virtual Awards Ceremony on April 27, 2021, click here.
The Board of Directors of the Nassau Cerebral Palsy Association will hold their 72 nd Annual Association Meeting on Monday, June 14, 2021 at 7 pm.
The Life Options program had the privilege of talking to “Talking Baseball” host Ed Randall for the second time.
CP Nassau is so very grateful to the Mets organization for sharing their time and talents with us in this very special way.
Students from the Nassau Community College Physical Therapist Assistant Club put pre-schoolers with disabilities in the driver’s seat.