[consulting] YAA - Yet Another Award

Dan Robinson dan at civicactions.com
Fri Jun 9 14:57:58 UTC 2006


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Subject: 	[RIDERS-TALK] Special Bulletin: The Antonio Pizzigati Prize
Date: 	Fri, 09 Jun 2006 01:33:47 -0400
From: 	Katrin Verclas <katrin at nten.org>
To: 	riders-talk at npogroups.org

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*Special Bulletin:*
The Antonio Pizzigati Prize
/For Software in the Public Interest/

The Florence and Frances Family Fund at Tides Foundation is
proud to announce the first annual prize program in public
interest computing. This prize will be awarded to a software developer
who has made, in the spirit of open source
computing, an outstanding contribution to the nonprofit world
and the ongoing work of social change.

The Antonio Pizzigati Prize for Software in the Public Interest
will grant a cash award annually for an outstanding contribution
in public interest software development. In 2006, the Pizzigati
Prize will award $10,000 to one individual who has created
or led the effort to create a software product of significant
value to the nonprofit sector. We hope to find an individual who
has developed a software product that:

    * is open source.
    * is available on a no-cost basis to nonprofit and advocacy
    * has demonstrated its value to at least one nonprofit organization.
    * can usefully serve multiple nonprofits.

Three outstanding national leaders in public interest computing will be
selecting the first winner of the Pizzigati Prize.

To apply or for more information, please visit www.pizzigatiprize.org

*Online applications must be submitted by July 5, 2006.*

Katrin Verclas
N-TEN: Your Nonprofit Technology Community
katrin at nten.org
413.884.0094 (direct line)
415.397.9000 (San Francisco office)

Become a member of N-TEN today: www.nten.org/join

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