Entries sought for awards for nonprofits

Beth Bird
Beth Bird

Eide Bailly, a regional accounting and business advisory firm with an office in Grand Junction, is accepting submissions for annual awards recognizing the practices of nonprofit organizations that promote sustainable revenue.

“Over the last five years, the Resourcefullness Award has been a gold mine of revenue generating initiative ideas. And the award prizes have helped organizations continue to support their missions in a variety of ways,” said Beth Bird, director of the Eide Bailly nonprofit group. “We look forward to the award gaining momentum so the benefits and great ideas can continue to spread.”

Eide Bailly will present an award of $10,000 and two awards of $2,500 each to nonprofits in Colorado as well as Arizona,  Minnesota, North Dakota and Utah. In Colorado, the panel of judges will include Christina Benero, president and chief executive officer of Mile High United Way; Su Hawk, technology business partnerships manager with CareerWise; and Marla Williams, president and CEO of the Community First Foundation.

Submission forms and more information about the Resourcefullness Awards program is available online at the website at www.eidebailly.com/resourcefullness.

Eide Bailly offers a range of services to clients across the country with offices in 14 states. For more information, log on to  www.eidebailly.com.