Carol Ritter Wright Award

The Carol Ritter Wright Award for Volunteer Service recognizes an individual volunteer or a volunteer group for their outstanding volunteer service in the Greater Rochester Area.

CRITERIA:

    • Community Needs and Solutions
      • Does the nominee's activity meet a real community need or concern?
    • Connection Building
      • Does this activity demonstrate hands-on service that results in building connections in the community?
    • Ongoing Involvement
      • Is the activity ongoing? To be eligible an activity should typically be of at least six months in duration
    • Impact
      • Is there demonstrated impact resulting from the activity?
    • Innovation
      • Do the activities reflect innovative or unique approaches to meeting community needs?

Deadline for nomination: postmarked by April 28, 2019

 

 

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Feb
5
Wed
2:00 pm SUNY Geneseo Spring Volunteer an... @ MacVittie College Union Ballrom
SUNY Geneseo Spring Volunteer an... @ MacVittie College Union Ballrom
Feb 5 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
This annual event brings together volunteer agencies, student groups, and representatives from college departments, as well as representatives for all of our Study Abroad programs. Each organization will be provided with a 6 foot table[...]
Mar
12
Thu
8:15 am March Program Meeting @ The Girl Scouts of Western New York, Door #9
March Program Meeting @ The Girl Scouts of Western New York, Door #9
Mar 12 @ 8:15 am – 9:30 am
4th Meeting – Maintaining Orbit Keep your satellites on their charted course with a bit of spit and polish.
May
12
Tue
8:15 am May Program Meeting @ The Girl Scouts of Western New York, Door #9
May Program Meeting @ The Girl Scouts of Western New York, Door #9
May 12 @ 8:15 am – 9:30 am
5th Meeting – The TARDIS Training, Awards, Recognitions, Delegation, Information, Support – Mission Accomplished?

Carol Ritter Wright Volunteer Service Award 2018

Andy LaManna with Meals on Wheels