On January 22, 2020, the Prince William Chamber of Commerce announced the nominees for their annual business awards. Didlake Inc., a leading non-profit rehabilitation services provider for people with disabilities, was nominated for two business awards, the Prince William Innovative Practice or Partnership of the Year and the Agnes L. Colgan Community Service Award in the category of health and human services.
About the Prince William Chamber Business Awards
he Prince William Chamber Business Awards recognizes excellence in business, innovative practices, outstanding contributions to the community, and organizations that stand out among their peers. The Innovative Practice or Partnership of the Year award recognizes not-for-profit organizations and government entities that have demonstrated outstanding vision and groundbreaking solutions in the last year. The award also recognizes green practices or the establishment of unique partnerships resulting in innovative programs or services. The Agnes L. Colgan Community Service Awards recognizes not-for-profit organizations that have made a positive contribution to the quality of life in the Greater Prince William region.
“We are honored to be nominated for three Prince William Chamber of Commerce business awards,” said Donna Hollis, Didlake CEO. “Our partnership with the Prince William Chamber of Commerce has helped us move our vision of inclusive communities for people with disabilities forward in our community.”
Tech Company of the Year Award
Under the industry awards category, the Tech Company of the Year award recognizes businesses that display outstanding contributions in the areas of science, technology, or STEM education and contributions to the local community. As a division of Didlake, Didlake Document Imaging provides high quality, cost-effective scanning solutions for business in our community. In addition, Didlake Document Imaging fulfills Didlake’s mission of creating opportunities that enrich the lives of people with disabilities through employment, situational assessments, and rehabilitative employment supports. “Our team is proud to be nominated for Tech Company of the Year,” said Steven Fuhrman, Didlake Document Imaging’s Business Manager. “Our division provides an excellent example of the broad range of industries individuals with significant disabilities are capable of working in.”
The Prince William Chamber Business awards will be held on Thursday, February 27, 2020 at the Hylton Performing Arts Center in Manassas, Virginia.