We close out each year by recognizing the hard work of small nonprofits doing big things in their communities, awarding 25 of them with a free Emma account to send to up to 5,000 contacts. We’ll be announcing this year’s honorees in the very near future. Stay tuned, and in the mean time meet some past Emma 25 honorees!
Nonprofits simply apply for Emma 25. Our staff will review all of the eligible applications and award 25 of them with a free Emma Pro account for up to 5,000 contacts.
We're accepting nominations through Tuesday, December 6, but why dilly-dally? It just takes 10 minutes.
If you’re a 501(c)(3) (or have applied to be one) and have 10 or fewer full-time employees, congrats — you're eligible. Existing Emma customers are welcome to apply, and we happily accept applications from nonprofits around the world.
Emma 25 honorees receive a free Emma Pro account for a lifetime, including:
We'll send an email announcing the honorees in mid-December.
Yes! Emma comes with web signup forms so visitors to your site can subscribe easily. Also, Emma is a permission-based service. That means we help you stay in touch with folks who’ve asked to receive updates from you, but we don't provide (or let you send email to) lists that you’ve purchased or rented.
We’re honoring this great group of nonprofits with a free Emma account for life. Get to know them, won’t you?
Prevents child abandonment by nurturing orphaned and vulnerable children and supporting single mothers.
Equips girls with the girls with the information and empowerment they need to meet life’s pressing challenges.
Provides free long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) to all women in East Tennessee, thus preventing unintended pregnancies.
Helps post 9/11 combat wounded veterans all over the U.S. recover, rehabilitate and reintegrate through physical fitness.
Empowers individuals with developmental disabilities to transform their own lives through music therapy.
Increases the capacity across the United States for short-term pet fostering during crisis situations through stable funding, volunteer referral and consulting.
Empowers and engages Native People to tell stories in partnership with public television and radio.
Increases comprehensive literacy and English language skills through specialized instruction by trained tutors.
Loves and cares for child trafficking victims through housing, services, and long-term commitment.
Uses technology to connect food insecure families in Georgia with their next meal.
Provides free and confidential support services to victims/survivors of domestic and sexual violence and educational and awareness activities in the community.
Fights human trafficking through rescue, rehabilitation and advocacy of victims of trafficking.
Provides trade and technical skills to children, young adults and families living with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Protects, connects, and restores the Greater Hells Canyon Region for today and future generations.
Supports public education in the Portland, Oregon area by providing free school supplies to students in need.
Cultivates the voices of young people from underrepresented communities by teaching them how to write, illustrate, and share stories.
Restores, rebuilds and performs essential repairs at homes of low-income area residents.
Sustains families around the globe by providing them a quality home.
Advances global awareness, social justice, human rights, and humanitarian development by catalyzing creative works of visual storytelling.
Promotes respect and understanding among all races, religions and cultures in the area through advocacy and youth education.
Finds responsible homes for retired racing greyhounds and educating the public about greyhounds as pets.
Improves the quality of life for everyone impacted by mental health issues through support, education, and advocacy.
Helps young people from all over the world fulfill their educational potential, despite being challenged by disadvantages.
Provides psychiatric service dogs, free of charge, to people suffering from PTSD, severe depression, and debilitating anxiety.
Invites girls to “stand up and speak out” through autobiographical writing and performance in a supportive community.
Serves children, youth and young adults who are in need of care and protection
Brings people together within both the LGBT community and also the community at large through the musical arts
Develops, implements and manages anti-poaching ranger training, conservation security plans and and anti-poaching operations
Strives to enrich the lives of children in inner city Nashville by encouraging them to reach their full potential
Provides transitional housing for previously incarcerated men with history of substance abuse and homelessness
Empowers military spouses to fulfill their career aspirations
Enhances educational opportunities for homeless children from kindergarten through twelfth grade
Builds bright futures for children with special needs
Focuses on the engagement, education and empowerment of girls and women who are passionate about technology
Designs, equips and staffs after-school recording studios inside Boys & Girls Clubs and educates youth about careers both on stage and behind the scenes
Builds leaders through programming and discussion series focused on 6-8th grade participants, led by diverse professionals from the Cleveland community
Provides highly skilled assistance dogs, free of charge, to disabled veterans
Preserves, protects and restores the free-flowing rivers of Tennessee
Provides teens 15 to 18 years old with life and leadership skills through experience and training in an urban nonprofit bakery
Equips men and women to make a genuine life transformation after prison and become a contributing member of society
Uses year-round, outdoor sports to engage underserved students in long-term mentor based relationships
Encourages children to embrace their individuality, express themselves creatively and follow their artistic dreams
Strives to keep pets out of shelters and rescues and to help their owners keep them in their loving homes
Inspires positivity, courage and gratitude in young adult cancer fighters through the gift of outdoor adventure and community
Brings together 450 associations in Africa and Europe, all united by a shared goal – quality basic education for all African children and youth
Provides acting, directing, design and management opportunities for women in professional theater productions
Seeks to provide homes for impoverished communities like the Tent Cities in Haiti
Protects newborns from abandonment
Improves the health and well-being of the Nashville community through sustainability
Prevents human trafficking and child exploitation in Cambodia through individualized community development programs
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Emma25 was a real giftCharlie Friedman, Nashville Classical Charter School
We’re able to tell our story to more volunteers, donors and supporters than ever before!Susan Hoover, Oklahoma Dental Foundation
Our adoptions, donations, volunteer interactions, and overall visibility have increased after using our Emma account and we are so appreciative to have been given this opportunity!Tanya Willis, Agape Animal Rescue
Thank you Emma for changing our impact in the fight against human trafficking!Tajuan McCarty, The WellHouse
Emma is one of Oak Park River Forest Food Pantry’s new best friends!Kristi Braun, Community Program Manager, Oak Park River Forest Food Pantry