Nonprofit of the Month Award
Recognizing the Incredible Work of Nonprofits Across the Country Since 2020
Just Write Grants is dedicated to shining a spotlight on nonprofits that are doing amazing work to support their clients and improve their communities. Since January 2020, the Nonprofit of the Month Award has recognized organizations that exemplify philanthropy at its finest, that saw a need, and are committed to changing the lives of the individuals and families they serve and positively impacting the community around them.
Now in its fourth year of awards, we are pleased and honored to introduce you to our recipients in 2023. Please take a few minutes to learn more about their missions and how you can help them make a difference.
Orlando/St. Cloud Dream Center
Based in Orlando, Florida, St. Cloud Dream Center works tirelessly to reach families and individuals in crisis and support them by providing resources such as a food pantry, wellness programs for senior citizens, job readiness programs, resume prep, and other workshops to improve quality of life.
Constructive Dialog Institute
Constructive Dialog Institute works with institutions across the education, for-profit, nonprofit, and public sectors to help them communicate across differences and build inclusive cultures. CDI is on an ambitious journey to repair our civic culture by spreading the practices of curiosity, critical thinking, and constructive dialogue.
Flowers for Ann
Flowers for Ann's mission is to connect with nursing home residents and fight isolation and loneliness that are so prevalent among them. To date, they have delivered over 4,000 cards with messages of hope, love, and encouragement, positively impacting nursing home residents across their community.
Empower Missouri is a statewide not-for-profit organization committed to solving the underlying issues driving poverty in its state. Through advocacy, research, and education, Empower Missouri works collaboratively with community members, nonprofit organizations, and state and federal policymakers to build an understanding of systemic poverty and its role in Missouri.