Nominate A Champion of Service In Your Community - Deadline is 9/20
Published August 22, 2013
Do you know someone in the public sector who advocates, champions, consistently fosters involvement of citizen volunteers in addressing local issues? Recognize their persistence in making room for citizen engagement.
The Champion of Service award is presented by the Maine Commission for Community Service each October at the Blaine House Conference on Service and Volunteerism.
- It recognizes an individual who has served in the public sector (local, county, regional, or state).
- The recipient is someone who consistently advocates for citizen involvement in addressing community issues and shows an understanding of what supports citizen volunteers need to be effective.
- The person has demonstrated an understanding (intuitively or explicitly) that towns and cities that thrive are places where residents actively serve to make a difference in civic life and foster the local quality of life.
FMI and application instructions, go to VolunteerMaine.org