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Volunteer Service Award from the US President

Senior Services presents the U.S. President’s Volunteer Service Award

The President's Volunteer Service Award is an initiative of the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) and is administered by Points of Light.

The President's Volunteer Service Award celebrates the impact we can all make in bettering our communities and our world.

This award is based on the number of hours a volunteer has served with a certifying organization in a 12-month period. Each award contains a customized certificate of achievement and a congratulatory letter signed by the President of the United States, as well as a pin depicting the award level.

Hours breakdown for award levelsPresident's Volunteer Service Award Package

 

 

2019 Recipients

Senior Services presented two Silver Level Awards to the following volunteers with over 250 hours of volunteer service: Tony Derrell and Jessica Johns

Fourteen Bronze Level Awards were presented to the following volunteers with over 100 hours of volunteer service: Andrea Bannister, Stella Crawford, Martha Cuffee, Nyla Davis, Sharon Frazier, Patricia Fuller, mary Howie, Carol Laginess, Sue Lemmon, Jeannette Morrow, Sandra Pierce, Joyce Riddick, Edna Sutton, and Peggie Whitley. 

 

 

2018 Recipients

Senior Services presented four Silver Level Awards to the following volunteers with over 250 hours of volunteer service: Tony Derrell, Patricia Fuller, Jeannette Morrow, and Valeria Smith.

Thirteen Bronze Level Awards were presented to the following volunteers with over 100 hours of volunteer service: Zachariah Ash, Andrea Bannister, Stella Crawford, Martha Cuffee, Phyllis Harris, Carol Laginess, Sue Lemmon, Sandra Pierce, Joyce Riddick, Edna Sutton, Mable Taliaferro, Margaret Watson, and Peggie Whitley. 

 

 

One Bronze Level Award was presented to a group who has invested over 200 hours of cumlative service to Senior Services in the past year: the USS Eisenhower volunteers led by Brian Ellis and Michelle Hill.

 

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