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Volunteers contribute more than just their time and talents to the organizations they serve. Their enthusiasm reenergizes organizations and give those they serve a personal connection.
Do you know a volunteer who has improved his or her community? Consider nominating this person for one of these awards.
President's Volunteer Service Award
The President's Volunteer Service Award recognizes any individual, family, or group that has volunteered for a certain number of hours over a 12-month period or over the course of a lifetime.
Click here to find a certifying organization near you.
Governor's Awards for Volunteer Service
The Governors Awards for Volunteer Service are Indiana's most prestigous awards for volunteerism and service. Awarded annually at the Governor's Conference on Service and Volunteerism, awardees are nominated and selected from a variety of categories of service.
Daily Points of Light Award
The Daily Points of Light Award recognizes outstanding individuals and groups who create innovative solutions to meet the needs of their communities.