In its 12th year, The New York Community Trust Nonprofit Excellence Awards made changes to ensure that the program was more accessible to all nonprofits and representative of the diversity of the sector. This year, separate prizes were introduced to recognize organizations who excel in one or more areas of NPCC’s Eight Key Areas of Nonprofit Excellence, which are: results and impact, governance, financial management, diversity, equity and inclusion, human resources, information technology, communications, and fundraising. The Overall Nonprofit Excellence Award winner is Safe Horizon, which was judged by the 31-person Selection Committee to demonstrate the most innovative and replicable management practices. Safe Horizon also will receive the Key Area Award for Information Technology. The runners up, the Osborne Association and Day One, were also recognized with Key Area Awards. . . Day One (Manhattan) partners with youth to end dating abuse and domestic violence through community education, supportive services, legal advocacy, and leadership development. They are recognized for their practices in Human Resources, where they are transparent with staff about budgets and salary, while supporting a fun and innovative work environment.