Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s administration is accepting nominations for the 2023 Virginia Governor’s Awards on Volunteerism and Community Service, an annual award program that recognizes Virginians and organizations that volunteer their time to make a difference in their communities. Nominations will be accepted until Monday, June 19, at 5 p.m.
“Each year we celebrate the service of these individuals, organizations, and companies as a way to not only thank them for their extraordinary efforts, but to raise up all of our incredible volunteers and inspire all Virginians to serve,” said Youngkin. “It is an honor and a privilege to recognize the commitment of our statewide volunteers.”
These Virginia Governor’s Awards honor individuals, community organizations, educational programs and businesses that serve Virginians through volunteerism.
Individual awards will recognize one person each in the categories of youth, young adult, adult, and senior volunteers. Group honors will be awarded...
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