The City of Alameda’s Social Services Human Relations Board (SSHRB) is accepting nominations for its second annual City of Alameda Community Service Awards.
The award show will recognize extraordinary community volunteers for their dedication and service to our community. The nominations must be turned in by Sept. 21. The award winners will be recognized at the Oct. 20 City Council meeting, in conjunction with a proclamation naming Nov. 1"Extra Mile Day." This is a day where the City of Alameda urges all community members to take time to "go the extra mile" in his or her own life and to acknowledge those who are inspirational in their efforts and commitment to make our community a better place.
The SSHRB is accepting nominations for:
Community Service — Lifetime Achievement Award, recognizing extraordinary commitment and service to the community for two years or more
Community Service —Volunteer of the Year Award, recognizing extraordinary service to the community of Alameda for 10 or more years
Community Service Award — Individual, recognizing an individual who has performed an act of extraordinary community service
Community Service Awards —Youth, recognizing the outstanding commitment and contributions made by youth to their community;
Community Service Award — Non Profit Board Member, recognizing the service of a board member of a non-profit, who has served for at least five years, in Alameda
Community Service Award — Non Profit Organization, recognizing an organization whose in Alameda
Nomination packets are available online at www.alamedayouth.com.
Nomination forms must be received by Monday, Sept. 21.