Not-for-Profit of the Year

Nomination Form

The nomination period concluded at midnight of January 6, 2019.

Nominees in this Category

Nominations are posted after being reviewed by members of the Business Excellence Awards committee.

» Ecotrust Canada

Submitted What nominators are saying
284 days ago Ecotrust Canada, a charity, runs a number of programs in Prince Rupert, including the North Coast Innovation Lab, bringing partners together to build community and economic resilience, community fisheries, and fisheries monitoring. They support organizations and community members in being a part of new ideas and initiatives, and bring research and events to Prince Rupert.

» Fellowship Baptist Preschool

Submitted What nominators are saying
293 days ago Awesome place for children. My kids went there and now my grandson goes there. Safe and fun.
296 days ago This incredible preschool has the most loving and dedicated staff working with our children. I will try to capture just some of what they do that makes them so incredible and so deserving: - love our children and provide them with a safe, clean and kind place to grow and learn. - lead by an example of patience and gentleness - apply for grants on behalf of their students to meet their needs. - Liaise with early development workers and schools. - implement all parts of Canadian and world culture - celebrate our city and teach our children about community. - constantly working on their own program development. - teach inclusivity (this years Christmas pageant the children performed a couple of songs in ASL). I could go on and on but instead will leave it at this- my family will forever hold a special place in our hearts for the teachers who have made such an impression on our children.

» Friendship House Association of Prince Rupert

Submitted What nominators are saying
308 days ago The Friendship House has been servicing the community and outlining communities for over 50 years. Our mission is to provide programs and services in Health, Education, Culture,and Recreation. we are an inclusive program who welcomes everyone. The Friendship House has successfully provided community dinners, Block Party, Good Food Boxes, these are a few of the programs that are available for the community. we have an extensive Early Childhood Education Program, we have community members who range from birth to 100 yrs of age who attend our programs. I believe the Friendship House should receive this award because they care. Thank you.

» Hear the Wild

Submitted What nominators are saying
294 days ago Donated $600.00 raised in one month of fundraising to the BC Family Hearing Resource Society who travel throughout B.C. and offer programs to parents of hard of hearing kids.
315 days ago Kendra Wooton has poured out her passion for helping people with children who have hearing loss by finding creative ways to fund raise for equipment burdens for families and children with hearing loss. Hearing aides are very expensive pieces of equipment that for children they are only covered under our medical system for costs until age five under the early hearing program (which is an excellent program but there are less resources after age five).

» Nisga'a Hall

Submitted What nominators are saying
311 days ago They offer so many cultural programs like language and regalia and a youth group. lots of fundraisers hosted at the hall every week for local charity causes. Russel at the front desk is always super helpful in making bookings for different kinds of events. Sabrina runs lots of fun and interesting programs usually every couple of weeks like tumpline and beading

» Nisga'a Society

Submitted What nominators are saying
286 days ago The Nisgaa Hall is a great space for lots of nonprofit fundraisers like loonie auctions and bingo nights. The office host lots of language programs with the money. They also own old Azalea Gardens

» North Coast Health Improvement Society

Submitted What nominators are saying
315 days ago A small group of dedicated volunteers with the joint mindset of improving the heath care and amenities available in Prince Rupert. NCHIS current project is to raise $200,000 for the Cancer Care Unit upgrade at the hospital.

» Prince Rupert Community Arts Council

Submitted What nominators are saying
298 days ago The Arts Council has delivered for decades on its commitment to enriching the lives of Prince Rupert residents through the arts. Particularly in 2018, it is re-inventing itself — despite a limited budget — by rolling out original initiatives and programs that benefit its stakeholders, partners and the public at large.

» Prince Rupert Seniors Centre

Submitted What nominators are saying
314 days ago The Seniors Centre is a warm and friendly meeting place for adults (not just seniors) Membership at only $10 per year allows members access to many activites such as darts, floor curling, bingo, cards, crafts, computers and free wifi. Very inexpensive lunches are tasty and nutritious. Volunteers are in abundance to help seniors navigate finding resources for any issues they maybe be struggling with

» Prince Rupert Special Events Society

Submitted What nominators are saying
295 days ago Small group of volunteers who do so much in our community!
298 days ago The Special Events Society is responsible for celebrations that touch almost every corner of our city. They organize four annual festivals, promote volunteerism by youth and adults, and encourage corporate philanthropy. The immeasurable legacy of Special Events is made possible by its long dedication to community vitality and organizational excellence.
311 days ago The backbone of civic pride in this city! Often under appreciated team who brings us Winterfest and Seafest along with so many other great events in our community. Volunteers with their hearts in Prince Rupert always.

» Prince Rupert Wildlife Shelter

Submitted What nominators are saying
310 days ago Nancy and Gunther have dedicated their lives to the wildlife in Prince Rupert and the surrounding areas. Such a great loving couple that deserves nothing but recognition, love and support. The passion Nancy and Gunther as well as their various volunteers have dedicated to this community definitely deserves recognition. Keep up the great work

» Rupert Lawn and Garden Centre

Submitted What nominators are saying
315 days ago Nisga’a owned and operated social enterprise

» Success By 6

Submitted What nominators are saying
311 days ago This not-for-Profit creates change for children and families in our community. From provincial advocacy work, to local events such as Day in the Park an event that is free of charge and has fun events, live music, facepainting, photobooth all at no charge and brings community partnerships together to create a day to honour children for who they are today. The local calendar is another project as well as supporting many initiatives throughout the community.

» Westview Childcare Society

Submitted What nominators are saying
302 days ago The EarlyChildhood Educators at Westview Child Care Society are a hardworking group of people who provide excellent care for 3-5s and school age children. They work to create meaningful relationship with both child and family. They are a kind, caring, and energetic group that work to create a fun and friendly environment for the children in their care. With three different centres in the city, Westview Child Care Society is striving to provide excellent care for children while helping new ECEs get a great start on their career.