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     The deadline to submit nominations for the 2018 Joseph D. Greene Community Service Award is Nov.10, 2017.

 

INDIVIDUAL AWARD NOMINATIONS 

Five individuals will be selected for the 2018 Joseph D. Greene Community Service Award.  Please read these guidelines carefully before you download the Individual Award Nomination Form below.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO BE NOMINATED?

            Individual award nominees must meet the following criteria:

  • Be a volunteer or previous volunteer for a health-related nonprofit organization in Georgia.  All levels of volunteer participation are strongly encouraged. Nominees may include:
    • Lay volunteers
    • Health-related volunteers including: Clinics, community leaders, patients, and health navigators
    • Community volunteers who champion or exemplify attributes consistent with promoting healthy lifestyles within their communities to benefit their residents
    • Community Health Workers, Promotores, and Resource Mothers
    • Nurses and other healthcare practitioners who volunteer their services
    • Board members who exhibit exemplary service beyond required board responsibility
  • Have made a passionate commitment to improving the quality of health in a Georgia community
  • Have unselfishly contributed their time to community activities
  • Serve as a role model and inspiration to others

 

 

COLLABORATIVE AWARD NOMINATIONS 

One community collaborative (comprised of not more than 20 health-related Georgia nonprofit organizations) will be selected for this award.  Please read the guidelines below carefully before you download the Collaborative Award Nomination Form below.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO BE NOMINATED?

            Collaborative award nominees must meet the following requirements:

  • Demonstrate that the collaborative partners are actively working together
  • Represent partnership models working towards promising practices and results
  • Show initiative and a deep commitment to addressing health-related needs of a Georgia community
  • Demonstrate that the collaborative effort has been effective in improving the health of a Georgia community
  • Reflect a diverse mosaic in its membership that is inclusive and engaged