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ENEJ Awards Application Process

Gloria Brown Award

Each year at its annual meeting, the Episcopal Network for Economic Justice presents an award to an outstanding faith-based economic justice project.  To nominate a project for the award, send a 1-2 page description of the project to the Gloria Brown Award Committee at the address below.  Nominations must be received by September 1, 2017.
The 2016 award was given to Transformations CDC in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Eligibility Criteria:  The organization nominated must be engaged in community economic development or worker justice advocacy and must have a relationship to the Episcopal Church.
Information should include:

Hugh White Award

The Hugh White Award is given to an individual who has done outstanding work in the area of worker justice. The 2016 award was given to Brennan Grayson, of the Cincinnati office of Interfaith Worker Justice.    Please submit the name of an individual along with a brief summary of his or her contributions in the area to the addresses below.

Michael Bryant Award

The Michael Bryant Award is given to an individual who has provided outstanding volunteer service to the work of ENEJ.  Please submit name and contact information of your nominee along with a brief summary of his or her contributions to the work of ENEJ. The 2016 award was given to Susan Lloyd and John Hooper, longtime ENEJ board members, Education Co-Chairs and supporters of our work.
For the Gloria Brown Award, Hugh White Award or Michael Bryant Award, please submit your nominations to the following address:

 


Send to: Dianne Aid, President
615 Harrison St. Apt. 217
Kent, WA   98032
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