Hope for Justice is thrilled to announce that we have been recognised as .ORG Charity of the Year at this year’s prestigious .ORG Impact Awards, an annual program that honors and celebrates outstanding mission-driven organizations and individuals working to make the world a better place, held in Washington DC by the Public Interest Registry.
Hope for Justice was chosen as the winner of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion category, and also named .ORG of the Year. Selected from almost 1,000 applicants from over 70 countries, Hope for Justice was then chosen from the seven category award winners and announced as .ORG of the Year live at a Washington D.C. awards ceremony after being shortlisted to 25 from 1000 applicants, globally.
This recognition signifies and celebrates Hope for Justice’s relentless efforts and impact within the field. Alongside this honour, a substantial prize of $40,000 was awarded to further support our initiatives and aid in our ongoing endeavours. As well as winning the overall award, we also won our individual category for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion with a further prize of $10,000. The significance of this accolade has led to an invitation for our CEO Tim Nelson to attend a meeting at the White House next year, to further discuss the recognition of Hope for Justice’s impactful work.
Tim Nelson, CEO at Hope for Justice, attended the awards ceremony with Chief Development Officer, Craig Prest (pictured celebrating below).
Every partner, corporate supporter, donor and member of the Hope for Justice family has played an integral role in this success. This honour belongs to all of us and to those whom our work helps support.
A huge thank you to Jon Nevett, Judy (Haejoo) Song-Marshell, the .ORG community and the entire Public Interest Registry team for this award! We are honoured to be a part of the .ORG Community.
For more information and the full list of winners, visit www.orgimpactawards.org.