Nominations are Now Closed for
Hanover’s 2022 Spirit of Volunteerism Awards
Through Hanover’s annual Spirit of Volunteerism Awards, the Hanover County Board of Supervisors and the community pay tribute to outstanding Hanover County residents as well as individuals and groups whose volunteer service benefit the citizens of Hanover County.
Each individual or organization may submit up to two nominations. The 8 categories are as follows:
- Spirit of One
- Spirit of Family
- Spirit of Inspiration
- Spirit of Youth
- Spirit of Dedication
- Spirit of Youth-Team
- Spirit of Team
- Commitment to Community
All Nominees will receive: a signed certificate from the Hanover Board of Supervisors, their service profiled in the Spirit of Volunteerism Celebration booklet and a nominee gift presented during the Celebration.
Award Recipients will receive: an engraved plaque and a financial donation will be made in their honor to the tax-exempt organization/school or government program for which they volunteered and designated on the nomination form.
Award Recipients will also be nominated to the statewide Governor’s Community Service and Volunteerism Awards.
Don't forget to send the electronic photo!!! AND Two letters of support to:
Hanover County Department of Community Resources
P.O. Box 470
Hanover, VA 23069
Email: [email protected]
Those eligible for nomination include Hanover County residents as well as individuals or groups whose volunteer service benefits the citizens of Hanover County.
Please review the Category Details and Nomination Guidelines.
We look forward to the opportunity to honor your nominee’s volunteer efforts. If you have any questions, please contact [email protected] or (804) 365-4300.
Please Mark Your Calendars to Attend
The Hanover Spirit of Volunteerism Awards Celebration
Thursday, May 12, 2022 from 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
in the Hanover High School Auditorium.
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