Spirit of Volunteerism
Spirit of Volunteerism Awards
Sowing the Seeds of Volunteerism
Thursday, August 25, 2022
6:00 – 8:30 PM
6200 TPC Dr.
McKinney, TX 75070
Dress: Business Casual
With these awards we strongly affirm the importance of volunteers in our community. The annual Awards ceremony recognizes individuals and groups that meet the criteria for each specific award.
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Volunteer Group Award: Presented to a distinct group of volunteers who have joined together in volunteer service to others by contributing time and/or talents to a McKinney area nonprofit organization and/or cause and demonstrating a passion for meeting the worthy needs of our community.
Pete & Nancy Huff Community Service Legacy Award: Presented to an individual(s) who has demonstrated a long-standing commitment to the community through a passion and dedication to volunteerism, board service, and/or leadership of groups or nonprofit organizations, championing and meeting the needs of the worthy charitable causes in the McKinney area.
The Heart of Service Award: Presented to an individual(s) who consistently gives significant volunteer service to one McKinney area nonprofit organization, and who has made a dramatic impact on the agency and/or the worthy clients they serve.
Leadership Through Influence Award: Presented to an individual within a McKinney area nonprofit organization who demonstrates exemplary leadership, commitment, and vision within their organization and/or in collaboration with other organizations for the common good.
Volunteer of the Year Award: Presented to an individual who exemplifies the true spirit of volunteerism through giving time and/or talents to numerous organizations in the McKinney area and demonstrates a passion for meeting the many worthy needs of the community.
Business Service Award: Presented to a McKinney area business for their demonstrated contributions of time, talents, and/or finances within the community, and supporting the spirit of volunteerism within nonprofits including employee engagement programs and/or sponsorship of worthy community events.
Inspiring Service to Others Award: Presented to a public or private school, home school group, or other educational entity that inspires and demonstrates, through curriculum, programs, and community service initiatives, the powerful impact of volunteerism and serving others in the McKinney area.
Youth Servant Leader of the Year Award: Presented to an individual under the age of 21 (or a distinct group of volunteers under the age of 21) who demonstrates initiative, leadership, and commitment to serving others in the McKinney area.