The E Pluribus Unum Prizes are a national awards program that beginning in 2009 has provided prizes annually to exceptional initiatives that promote immigrant integration. In December 2013, the program awarded three $50,000 prizes and one Corporate Leadership Award. Read about the 2013 winners in our press release.
The 2013 winners were honored at a ceremony in Washington, DC, on December 4. For more on the ceremony and the future of the Prizes program, read the event program.
The awards recognize outstanding immigrant integration initiatives of all types, whether led by nonprofit or community organizations, businesses, public agencies, religious groups, or individuals.
The awards program is coordinated by the Migration Policy Institute's National Center on Immigrant Integration Policy - a hub for those who seek to build their knowledge and skills in the area of immigrant integration.
The J.M. Kaplan Fund is generously providing support for these awards to focus attention on successful integration initiatives and to inspire and provide program models to others around the United States who might also undertake such efforts.
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