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For the Third Consecutive Year Community Food Bank Named One of the Top 50 Nonprofits in U.S.

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Tucson Citizen - April 15, 2013

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For the Third Consecutive Year Community Food Bank Named One of the Top 50 Nonprofits in U.S.

 

Tucson: The NonProfit Times, for the third consecutive year, has named the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona as one of the 2013 50 Best Nonprofits to Work For in the United States.

The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona is the only food bank to appear on the 2013 50 Best Nonprofits to Work For.

As in past years, the 2013 survey begins with a questionnaire sent to employers to gather information about policies and practices followed by an employee survey that consisted of approximately 72 statements to which employees responded using a five point agreement scale. The combined scores determined the final rankings. The complete rankings are included In the April 2013 NonProfit Times and may be viewed at www.thenonprofittimes.com.

"I'm very proud that the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona has received the designation as one of the Top 50 Nonprofits to Work for in the United States for the third year in a row," said Bill Carnegie, Food Bank CEO. "This award demonstrates the continued commitment of our staff and the work they do to fulfill our mission. Out of 2 million nonprofits in the U.S., we are honored to be in the Top 50."

For additional information, contact Jack Parris at (520) 882-3287.

 

Note: Bill Carnegie, president and chief executive officer of the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona assists the ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Innovation in instructing NMI 105 - High Impact Leadership in Tucson, and also serves on our Greater Tucson Advisory Council.

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