Osborne awarded NPCC Key Area Nonprofit Excellence prize in Results and Impact

06 December 2018

Osborne was thrilled to receive the New York Community Trust 2018 Nonprofit Excellence Award for Results and Impact at the Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York Best Nonprofit Conference. 

The Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York (NPCC) celebrated the winners of The New York Community Trust 2018 Nonprofit Excellence Awards on Thursday, December 6th, at the inaugural Best Nonprofit Conference.

The Overall Nonprofit Excellence Award winner, Safe Horizon, provides support, prevents violence and promotes justice for victims of crime and abuse, their families, and communities. It is recognized with a second award for its practices in Information Technology, which Safe Horizon uses to forward its mission in innovative ways.

For instance, it created a customized dashboard for its shelters to measure bed vacancies and track possible causes, ultimately this was able to make more beds available to survivors of violence in need of shelter. With its team of 16 Information Technology pros to support staff at 116 locations in five boroughs, it created and maintains customized client management system that enables a single database that can be used by multiple programs, while providing safeguards for privacy. Including Safe Horizon, eight nonprofits won awards in the following Key Areas:

The Osborne Association (Bronx) is dedicated to transforming the criminal justice system and to reducing crime and its human and economic costs. It is recognized for its practices in Results and Impact, because of its unique approach to using Key Performance Indicators to propel management and program decisions. It uses evidence from its programs to advocate for providing more services – not less – to individuals at high risk of recidivism and as a result, better serve these individuals, their loved ones, and the community.


Click here for a list of the Key Area award winners and to read the full press release from the Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York.