Nominate a Grassroots Solutions 2010 Organizer of the Year before Friday, Dec. 10

Do you know a young up-and-comer who has inspired you with grassroots organizing? Would you like to see this young professional’s face beaming at you from the front of the Grassroots Solutions 2011 holiday card?

The Grassroots Solutions’ second annual Organizer of the Year contest is currently accepting nominations.

Launched in 2009, the Organizer of the Year contest recognizes young leaders who have used grassroots strategies in their efforts to improve the community. The winner is immortalized on the Grassroots Solutions holiday card.

2009 Grassroots Solutions Organizer of the Year, Alessandra Williams of the HIRE Coalition
2009 Grassroots Solutions Organizer of the Year, Alessandra Williams of the HIRE Coalition

Post your nomination for Organizer of the Year on the Grassroots Solutions’ Facebook page. Please include the nominee’s name, the campaign or organization he/she works or volunteers for, and why you think he/she deserves to win. Nominations close Friday, Dec. 10.

Voting among the top three nominees will take place on Facebook the week of Dec. 13. The winner will be notified on Tuesday, Dec. 21.

Comments (1)

  1. Submitted by Zack Farley on 12/06/2010 - 02:58 pm.

    THIS IS ORGANIZING, THIS IS LEADERSHIP ~ For Governor-to-be Mark Dayton and the MN DFL ticket, Sarah Clarke engaged over 570 volunteers to door knock over 20,000 doors and make more than 42,000 phone calls w/in Senate District 60.

    Her passion, dedication, relentless energy and unwavering positivity was an inspiration throughout the last campaign year. She organized a strong volunteer force, utilized all resources, worked in unison with our district leadership, candidates and campaigns, worked tirelessly every day and led our district in turning out more DFL voters in the Primary and General Election than anywhere else in the state.

    Nominate SD 60 DFL Coordinated Campaign Field Organizer SARAH CLARKE as the Grassroots Solutions “Organizer of the Year.”

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