Sisters in the Spirit Ministries, Inc., has presented its third HOPE Award to Randall Hazard of Gloucester.
HOPE is an acronym for Helping Others with Purpose and Empowerment. The award recognizes individuals in the Gloucester/Mathews communities who have demonstrated willingness to go above and beyond expectations to make a difference in the lives of others, through their commitment, efforts, facilitation, or service to others.
Hazard was unanimously selected by the SIS Board of Directors as someone “who is making a multi-generational impact, even though he is under the age of 30.”
Highlights from Hazard’s nomination narrative explained that “this is not a typical HOPE Award nomination, because [he] is not a typical community servant. His impact comes from the efforts he makes so that the future can learn from the past. He is a leader, under the age of 30, who is focused on increasing African American participation in historic preservation.”
Hazard is facilitating accessi...
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