Nominate an Extraordinary Changemaker for Gardner Leadership Award
Our community of changemakers works tirelessly to make positive change in the lives of those we serve across the country. And each year we honor one exceptional leader whose work exemplifies the vision of IS founder John W. Gardner to transform, mobilize, and unify people, institutions, or causes to improve our communities and nation.
You’re invited to nominate for consideration a social innovation champion who represents the breadth of diversity of our community at large who has:
- Significantly and demonstrably empowered constituencies,
- Strengthened participation and/or inspired movements, and
- Raised the capacity of others to advance the common good.
The winner will receive the Gardner Award this fall at Upswell 2020. Nominations may be submitted through Friday, April 17, 2020, 11:59 pm PST. Please see FAQs below for nomination submission details.
National Council of La Raza
Robert L. Payton
Center on Philanthropy, Indiana University
Rebecca L. Adamson
First Nations Development Institute
Center for Health, Environment and Justice