We are thrilled to be the recipient of the 2015 Weyrich Awards – Best New Organization of the Year.
Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) March 02, 2015
Dallas-based, non-profit organization, Online for Life has been named the Best New Organization of the Year at the Weyrich Awards, which honors leaders in the conservative movement who have made significant contributions in the cause of liberty, held at the Four Seasons on February 25, 2015.
Online for Life was nominated along with three other organizations and ultimately was presented the award by Colin Hanna with Coalitions of America. Hanna participated in Online for Life’s forum held in January with Sen. Ted Cruz, Rep. Diane Black, Rep. Andy Harris and Rep. Mark Meadows.
“I’ve known Colin Hanna for years and to have been the recipient of this award among the myriad of organizations is a great achievement for Online for Life,” said National Outreach Director of Online for Life, Dean Nelson.
Online for Life is a transparent, metric-oriented, compassion-driven organization dedicated to rescuing babies and families from abortion through technology and grace. Though the pro-life movement is active in various government and judicial arenas, OFL focuses on each family, each mom, and each dad in communities across America and seeks to help provide a continuum of care where appropriate.
“We are thrilled to be the recipient of the 2015 Weyrich Awards – Best New Organization of the Year. Our team works day in and day out, helping to rescue babies and families from abortion. Their efforts go largely unnoticed, so it's very meaningful for our team to be recognized in this manner,” stated Online for Life President and Co-Founder Brian Fisher.
Fisher started his career in media, and then served as Executive Vice President of a start-up financial firm. That firm grew to over $1.1 billion in assets before it was sold to an international banking organization. Brian then served as president of a $38 million media non-profit before moving to Texas to become the COO of a large marketing agency. Brian moved back into the non-profit world as President of Online for Life in early 2012, as it started blossoming into the national effort it is today.