RTDNA Honored For Philanthropic Work At RTDNA21


Star Award

The staff of the Radio Television Digital News Association took home a Star Award last week for Impactful Community Philanthropic Program for its work at RTDNA21 in Denver.

Last September, RTDNA adopted the Delores Project, which provides shelter services to unaccompanied women and transgender individuals experiencing homelessness, as its featured community organization at RTDNA21. Conference attendees packed more than 100 care kits for the Delores Project, with supplies donated from RTDNA. 

Additionally, instead of renting conference furniture, RTDNA purchased furniture to use in Denver and donated it to the Delores Project at the end of RTDNA21. 

It was such a success that RTDNA continued and expanded its community service efforts at RTDNA22 in Indianapolis and plans to do so at RTDNA23 in Minneapolis. 

The Star Awards, now in their 21st year, are bestowed annually by the Indiana Society of Association Executives for outstanding work by associations and their staff. RTDNA’s staff is fully remote, and multiple staff members work from Indiana.