Honor your volunteers with a Governor's Volunteer Award!

Friday, February 17, 2017

Does your organization benefit from the service of volunteers?

Take time to honor them and say thank you with a Governor’s Volunteer Award

DES MOINES, Iowa–Volunteer Iowa is now accepting recommendations for 2017 Governor’s Volunteer Awards; entry deadline is April 10. 

The Governor’s Volunteer Awards program, established in 1982, provides an easy way for organizations to honor their volunteers with a prestigious, state-level recognition award.  Three award categories are available: Individual; Group; and, Length of Service.

State government agencies must submit information about their volunteers through their agency's designated coordinator.  Iowa nonprofits, charitable organizations, schools, and non-state government entities may submit entries through Volunteer Iowa. 

To learn more, please visit volunteeriowa.org.

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About Volunteer Iowa (or Iowa Commission on Volunteer Service)

Volunteer Iowa and its partner agencies work with organizations and individuals on three main fronts.  The first is to help agencies develop quality programs that use service as a strategy to fulfill their missions and address Iowa’s greatest areas of need.  The second is to help engage Iowans in their communities by promoting service and expanding the volunteer base.  Finally, the third area of work is to connect individuals with appropriate service opportunities by building the volunteer infrastructure. More information is available at volunteeriowa.org.

Printed from the website on March 28, 2017 at 10:09pm.