RELEASE: Doe Fund Director of Programs Wins Inaugural Cause Award

NEW YORK, NY, November 1, 2016–The Doe Fund’s Executive Director of Programs, Nadia Sadloski, is a winner of New York Nonprofit Media’s inaugural Cause Award.  

The Cause Award recognizes individuals, agencies, groups, and philanthropists who have made a significant impact on the most pressing human services issues affecting New York’s nonprofit sector this year.

Honorees were selected across twelve categories. Ms. Sadloski was awarded for her work in the homelessness/housing sector.  

Ms. Sadloski has dedicated her career to developing, supervising, and improving programs that serve formerly incarcerated and homeless populations in New York City. As The Doe Fund’s Executive Director of Programs, she oversees all aspects of the organization’s award-winning Ready, Willing & Able transitional work program and supportive housing program.

“We are delighted that Nadia has been chosen by New York Nonprofit Media for a Cause Award,” said George McDonald, Founder and President of The Doe Fund. “For more than ten years Nadia has played an integral role in helping thousands of our city’s most vulnerable men and women rebuild their lives, become self-sufficient, and live safely through our transitional work and supportive housing programs. We are extremely proud to count her as one of The Doe Fund family.”

Ms. Sadloski and all Cause Award winners will be acknowledged at an awards breakfast and in a special print edition of New York Nonprofit Media.

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Founded in 1985, The Doe Fund provides life-transforming services for the homeless, the formerly incarcerated, disenfranchised youth, and people living with AIDS. The organization's flagship Ready, Willing & Able program has helped tens of thousands of individuals achieve permanent self sufficiency through paid work, transitional housing, and employment training.