DC SUN parent, Community Power Network, named ‘One of the Best’ nonprofits by Catalogue for Philanthropy
We are excited to announce that DC SUN parent organization, Community Power Network, has been named one of the best small nonprofits in the D.C. area! After a careful vetting process, the Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington selected Community Power Network (CPN) to be part of the Class of 2017-18. The Catalogue has a rigorous review process to ensure that every nonprofit it chooses is worthy of donors’ support and will handle donations responsibly. CPN met the Catalogue’s high standards, and will be highlighted for the next four years.
“We are honored to have been selected by the Catalogue for Philanthropy as one of the best nonprofits in the D.C. region,” said Anya Schoolman, DC SUN President, as well as founder and Executive Director of Community Power Network. “We are excited to have the Catalogue’s support take our fundraising efforts to the next level, and power our mission with.”
“People want to know where to give and they need trusted information. Based on our in-depth review, we believe that Community Power Network is one of the best community-based nonprofits in the region,” said Barbara Harman, founder and president of the Catalogue for Philanthropy.
The Catalogue’s mission is to create visibility for the best community-based charities, fuel their growth with philanthropic dollars, and create a movement for social good in the greater Washington region. Since its inception 15 years ago, the Catalogue has helped nonprofits in the region raise $38 million, and has provided numerous trainings and engagement opportunities for nonprofits and individuals.
CPN is one of 34 charities that are new to the Catalogue this year. The network now includes more than 400 vetted nonprofits working in the arts, education, environment, human services, and international sectors throughout greater Washington.