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Recognizing volunteerism in Virginia: Nominations Due 6/19

Do you know an individual volunteer, community organization, or business that goes above and beyond to serve their community? Maybe they are always the ones to show up early to put chairs out, or the people the community turns to when there's a need to support. Nominate the volunteers, organizations, and businesses that make your community special today!

Individual Awards

  • Youth (aged 18 and under)
  • Young Adult (aged 19-30)
  • Adult (aged 31-59)
  • Senior (aged 60+)

Group Awards

  • Independent Group (Family, friends, neighborhood, or other informal group organized as volunteers for a project or organization)
  • Community Organization (nonprofit, government, or tax-exempt organization)
  • Faith-Based Organization (Spiritual community or faith-based group involved in volunteer service)
  • Educational Organization (K-12 school or university/college program involved in volunteer service)
  • Small Business (For-profit organization with 50 or less employees)
  • Corporation (For-profit organization with 51+ employees)

The Virginia Governor’s Volunteerism and Community Service Awards annually recognize the significant contributions of Virginians to the life and welfare of the Commonwealth and its people. One award is presented in each of 10 categories. These outstanding award winners represent the millions of generous Virginians who offer their time and talents to others each year. To nominate, please submit the nomination form and two letters of reference by June 19th at 5pm. 

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