Started in 2017, the Volunteer Awards are a way for the Town of Peace River to recognize the extraordinary contributions volunteers make to our community. Each year we ask for nominations from the community for one of our three awards. Our Community Services Advisory Board then selects the winners.
We are accepting nominations for the following awards;
Life-Long Achievement Award
- A dedicated individual who has volunteered for at least 20 years, has inspired other volunteers and/or led volunteer initiatives.
Volunteer of the Year Award
- A dedicated individual who has gone above and beyond in supporting our community throughout the year and has inspired volunteers, has led volunteer groups or has made other exceptional achievements through volunteering.
Emerging Leader Award
- Recognizes youth volunteers 18 years and younger who have demonstrated leadership and helped build a stronger community throughout the year.
Community Recognition Award
- A dedicated individual who has volunteered in our community.
In order to nominate someone for one of the awards mentioned above please complete the form below. Ensure you provide as many details as possible. Nominations are reviewed by the Community Services Board, the more info you can supply the more details the board will have to make their decision. Finally, please ensure you have obtained consent from the nominee before nominating them.
Nominations for the 2021 volunteer awards will open in the summer. Check back here for updates.