Americana's Compassion-at-Work Award: Application
“Cities that embrace and encourage their international citizens and cultures will thrive, have a stronger quality of life and will attract new growth and jobs,” said Mayor Greg Fischer.

Louisville continues to explore what it means to be a welcoming and compassionate city, and to live up to that title requires action from everyone. Louisville's local companies are often the ones to lead the charge toward a compassionate culture.

Americana World Community Center would like to recognize the companies who are leaders in the effort to create:
1) a welcoming work environment for the international community,
2) opportunities for the refugee and immigrant population to develop their career,
3) and a professional community that supports and celebrates cultural differences.

Do you work for a for-profit company that fits this description? Let us know! One small and one large company will be recognized during Americana's Annual Dinner on November 4th, 2017 at C2, Louisville's new event complex.

Nominations will be accepted until 5pm on October 23rd.

If you have any questions, please contact Clare Rutz at clare@americanacc.org or 502-366-7813 ext. 103.

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Briefly describe how the nominated business creates a compassionate work environment for Louisville's diverse population (see examples above).
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Join us in the celebration and to thank and acknowledge our leaders who have created a welcoming, supportive environment for the foreign-born population. For more information go to americanacc.org.
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