The 2018 Greater Philadelphia Social Innovator Awards recently recognized many of the area’s non-profit leaders who are making “Greater Philadelphia a more inclusive, equitable, and thriving region of opportunity for all residents.”

The awards are hosted by the Social Innovations Journal, Institute & Lab, and awarded to social innovators across 19 categories.

Congratulations to all of the organizations who were nominated. Claneil Foundation grantee honorees included:

Category: Human Rights and Dignity

First Place: Oni Richards-Waritay, African Family Health Organization

Category: Healthy Foods & Food Access

First Place: Linda Samost, Sunday Suppers

Second Place: Sue Daugherty, MANNA

Category: Public Policy

Second Place: Joanne Fischer, Maternity Care Coalition

Category: Anti-Violence

Second Place: Lauren Fine & Joanna Visser, Youth Sentencing and Reentry Project

Category: Civic Engagement

Second Place: Suzanna Urminska & Liz Fitzgerald, Free Library of Philadelphia Culinary Literacy Center

Category: Healthy Communities

Third Place: Marian Uhlman, Healthy NewsWorks