Nominate a Great Morden Volunteer
Do you know a person whose exemplary volunteer efforts have demonstrated dedication, leadership, and citizenship?
The MAF is seeking nominations for the Morden Area Outstanding Community Volunteer of the Year. Continuing in the long tradition begun by the Kinsmen, the award is given to a resident whose service and dedication have made a significant contribution to the community.
Foundation chair Kathy Ritchie knows that there are many suitable nominees residing in the City of Morden and the immediately surrounding R.M. of Stanley. “They will be individuals who have exemplified volunteerism, and their contribution must have been made as a result of a personal, voluntary commitment and not part of their paid employment. Their service to the community (or to one or more community organizations) will have occurred over an extended period of time and not focused on a singular event or activity.”
Nominations will be reviewed by a committee of former Volunteer of the Year recipients. Their decision will be based on length of service, the legacy created, impact on the community/organization and the breadth of the individual’s impact.
Nominations will be accepted in April, and the award presentation made at a public event in May 2013. You can find the nomination form on the Volunteer of the Year page of this website or call 204-822-5614 for further information.