2014 Caring Awards
|Program:||2014 Caring Awards|
|Eligibility:||Young adults must be nominated before their graduation from high school or eighteenth birthday. They are not eligible for the award and the $2,000 scholarship that goes with it once they are enrolled at a junior college, college, or university.
Successful candidates are role models with an extraordinary sense of public service. They can come from any walk of life but all share a deep and selfless concern for others. Like previous winners, they have a long-term commitment to social improvement, whether in the community, nation, or world. Ideally, they have founded an organization designed to serve others and also made an impact that will last their lifetime and beyond.
Do You Know Someone Who Personifies Caring And Whose Selfless Contributions To Society Deserve Recognition?
The Caring Institute Is Now Accepting Nominations For Individuals From 9 To 99 Years Old. If You Have Someone In Mind, Learn More About Our Process By Reading The Guidelines For Caring Award Nominations. Then Tell Us In 500 Words Or More Why Your Nominee Exemplifies Caring And Would Be A Worthy Role Model For Others. If Possible, Please Include Two Letters Of Recommendation That Offer Proof Of A Longstanding Commitment To Public Service.
|You can contact the Caring Institute with your questions and comments by mail, phone, or email. We look forward to hearing from you.
The Caring Instutite
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