A volunteer is defined as someone who voluntarily offers themselves for a service or undertaking and perform it willingly and without pay.
The Volunteer of the Year Award allows our community to recognize and celebrate a volunteer who has gone above and beyond in their volunteer service. The purpose of this award is to honor a volunteer whose dedicated service has had a significant impact on the agency that they serve and/or the community at large. The award is given to someone that has served in any way that has benefitted the community.
Strong volunteer characteristics that could include: dependability, flexibility, initiative, cooperation and positive interaction with others.
Going above and beyond to make a positive impact on the agency that they serve or the community at large.
Having a positive impact that could include: increasing the capacity of the agency that they serve, recruiting additional volunteers, raising funds, etc.
Eligibility: Nominees must have served in an impactful role and cannot have been a winner of this award in the past 5 years.
The winner will be presented the award at the Flagler Volunteer Service’s Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast on Wednesday, April 26, 2023 at the Flagler County Emergency Operation’s Center.
Nominate someone today by clicking below:
Volunteer of the Year Nomination Form
NOMINATIONS ARE DUE BY THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 2023.