Submissions Due: August 13
Winners Announced: October 22

In a year of continued economic uncertainty and disruption, it’s inspiring to see how nonprofits carry on to find unique ways to meet the needs of their communities. In an effort to recognize and honor these creative, sustainable initiatives that have helped organizations to thrive despite challenges, we are thrilled to start accepting Resourcefullness Award applications today, July 15.

New this year: our team has expanded eligibility to include all Nevada nonprofits! We encourage ALL Nevada 501(c)(3) nonprofits to apply for a chance to win $10,000, in addition to increased awareness for your cause.

In its ninth year, the mission of the Eide Bailly Resourcefullness Award is to recognize nonprofit organizations that have established creative initiatives to generate sustainable streams of revenue. This award program allows us to showcase nonprofit organizations that stand out and in return, others can learn about new trends, ideas and campaign strategies. We are passionate about helping nonprofits succeed!

 To ensure fairness, independent judges, who are well-respected in the nonprofit community, will review and score the finalists. The judges in Colorado are:

Su Hawk, Owner, Colorado BlueOcean & Executive Director, RizeX
Marla J. Williams, Community Leader
Chelsea Carver, Chief Development Officer, Mile High United Way

Learn more about our 2021 Resourcefullness Award, criteria for evaluation, terms and conditions as well as more about each of our judges. Also, be sure to watch our video highlighting the 2020 Award Winners.

We encourage you to share this information with those in your nonprofit community and help us get the word out: