Local creative agencies invited to submit nonprofit marketing pieces for the 17th Annual Philly Awards

Local creative agencies invited to submit nonprofit marketing pieces for the 17th Annual Philly Awards

July 10, 2019

Nonprofit organizations and creative agencies working with nonprofits are encouraged to submit marketing pieces to Nonprofit Connect’s 17th Annual Philly Awards. The early bird deadline to receive a $25 discount on entry fees is Friday, July 19. The final entry deadline is August 2.

Now in its 17th year, the Philly Awards celebrate local nonprofits driving social change through outstanding achievements in communications and marketing. Nonprofit Connect’s signature contest “enhances the image of nonprofit organizations and elevates the professionalism of nonprofit communications in our community,” according to a recent Philly Award winner.

The fifteen award categories include Annual Report, Newsletter or Magazine, Marketing Campaign, Identity Campaign, Informational Brochure, Special Event Invitation, Special Event Campaign, Fundraising Appeal, Short Video, Medium Video, Long Video, Website, Social Media Campaign, Social Media Brand Management, and Media Relations Campaign. All entries are evaluated by a judging panel of local marketing experts in the nonprofit and for-profit industries. Award winners will be honored at the Philly Awards celebration on November 13 at Vox Theatre. Best in Show and People’s Choice will also be awarded, as well as Best In-House, an award that recognizes those entries created without the assistance of a creative agency.

17th Annual Philly Awards Committee

  • Chair: Sheri Johnson
  • Emily Gretzinger
  • Rachel Hodgson
  • Jake Jacobson
  • Alyssa Murfey
  • Brett Wacha

The Philly Awards contest is open to any nonprofit organization or creative agency working with a nonprofit. For more information about the Philly Awards and to download the entry form, visit www.npconnect.org.

Nonprofit Connect links the nonprofit community to education, resources and networking so organizations can more effectively achieve their missions.