winners (from left to right in the photo above) are Fowzia Abdulle, an advocate and case manager at Bradley Angle House's Healing Roots center; lawyer Jennifer Gilmore of Child Centered Solutions; Amy Sacks, executive director of the Pixie Project and Brandi Tuck, executive director of Goose Hollow Family Shelter.
Each works at a nonprofit featured in WW's annual Give!Guide, which is in its sixth year of raising money for local nonprofits through Dec. 31. (This year's effort has raised more than $70,000 so far for 79 nonprofits.)
The Skidmore Prize, funded by Momentum Marketing Intelligence, is open to people 35 and younger who work at a nonprofit. The hope is that the money helps the recipients to keep doing their work, and that the attention will inspire other young people to get involved in their communities.