|Chandler Volunteer Recognition Awards
City of Chandler, the Chandler Non-Profit Coalition (CNPC) and For Our City are excited to present the 2015 Chandler Volunteer Recognition Awards in honor of the tremendous impact and contributions volunteers bring to our community.
The City of Chandler, Chandler Non-Profit Coalition (CNPC) and For Our City would like to honor the generous contributions of volunteers in the Chandler community.
"We would not be the great community we are without the tremendous contributions made every day by selfless volunteers," Mayor Jay Tibshraeny said. "They work to benefit others, not themselves, and shy away from recognition, but deserve our thanks and appreciation.“
2016 Volunteer Recognition Awards Winners (for service from Jan-Dec 2015)
For a bio on the award winners, click here.
In addition to the honorees being recognized, Lori Dayton, a volunteer with the Chandler Christian Community Center (1,401 service hours) and Caryn Shoemaker, a volunteer with Clothes Cabin (more than 1,000 service hours) were inducted into a 1,000-Hour Volunteer Club for contributing more than 1,000 of service in 2015.
Looking for places to volunteer
Volunteer programs like For Our City–Chandler have the purpose of helping coordinate service needs of the City of Chandler and non-profit organizations with the service resources of faith-based communities, employers, business groups, and others in the Chandler area. To learn more about For Our City, visit forourcity.org
Traditional Days of Service
Even small contributions of time and effort can make a world of difference in the lives of others. Please look for community projects or ideas of ways to volunteer on the following days of service:
• Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day – January
• Cesar Chavez Day – March
• 9/11 Day of Service an