2017 Nonprofit Awareness Day


On this day, hundreds of nonprofit and business leaders, along with government officials, come together at the State House to celebrate the work of the nonprofit sector and raise awareness of critical issues throughout the state at MNN’s annual celebration of Nonprofit Awareness Day, presented by Citizens Bank. During the celebration, MNN will present the winners of this year’s Nonprofit Excellence Awards to nonprofit organizations and employees that exemplify the most innovative, creative and effective work being done throughout the Commonwealth. You can view last year’s impressive finalists and winners here.


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Join your nonprofit colleagues along with business leaders and appointed and elected officials as we recognize and honor excellence across the sector. The  Nonprofit Awareness Day celebration takes place in the Great Hall of the State House on June 5th from 10 AM – 1 PM. Register to attend here.


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Become an official sponsor of Nonprofit Awareness Day and the Nonprofit Excellence Awards. MNN offers a variety of sponsorship opportunities at different levels to suit your business’s budget and goals.

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Celebrate your organization’s impact along with hundreds of Massachusetts nonprofits throughout the day. Share your organization’s work through your social media channels on June 5th as part of the statewide campaign.


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Become a part of the network to save on registration and support our work on behalf of nonprofit organizations year round.

*Due to the popularity of this event, we are limiting corporate and for-profit registration to affiliate members of MNN. If you would like to learn more or become an affiliate member, click here.



About Nonprofit Awareness Day

Massachusetts was the first state in the country to have an annual Nonprofit Awareness Day, which was recognized and signed into law by Governor Deval Patrick in 2008.