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    Organizations that recognize people or programs that have made significant social, cultural, economic, environmental or civic contributions to the community by selecting them as "Mother of the Year", "Senior Citizen of the Year", "Program of the Year" or other honorary title; acknowledge the deeds of people who have distinguished themselves through heroic action; recognize the presence of VIP visitors to the community; or otherwise celebrate individuals who have made a difference. Some recognition awards may involve a monetary component, special access to community events and recreational or cultural facilities and/or other privileges.

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    Champions of Caring - Recognition ProgramThe Champions of Caring Recognition Program provides high school students with an opportunity to celebrate and be celebrated. Each May at Drexel University the Recognition Ceremony brings together hundreds of people from all over the greater Philadelphia region to honor young people for their service. Champions of Caring is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to sensitizing, educating, and empowering young people to take active roles in improving their communities. Our community and school-based programs help reduce prejudice, encourage service, and promote positive community change.MontgomeryChampions of Caring - Montgomery; Bala CynwydChampions of Caring
    Phoenixville Community Health Foundation - Champion of the Community Award ProgramChampion of the Community Award Program was developed in 2000 by the Foundation Board of Directors to recognize those who serve others in a way that contributes to the overall health of the community. The focus of the program is to: - Honor adults and youth who voluntarily give their time, talent and resources with no expectation of personal gain; - Recognize adults and youth who provide leadership in their neighborhood or ethnic community; - Honor adults and youth who support those less fortunate or those facing insurmountable circumstances. Some individuals are overlooked because they are not widely known or associated with a well-established organization. The Phoenixville Community Health Foundation honors the hard work, special achievements, and good deeds of the unsung heroes of the greater Phoenixville community. The nomination procedure includes: - Completed Nomination Form - Nomination narrative of no more than two pages - Nomination deadlines are announced annually. Champion’s nominations are accepted from the community organizations as well as individuals. An independent Community Advisory Committee is assembled, reviews all nominations and chooses up to four (4) Champions of the Community annually. Each Champion is honored with a $2,000 grant being made in their name to the charity of their choice. Champions, and indeed all nominees, along with their nominators, are honored at a Champions Award Luncheon sponsored by the Foundation.Chester*Main Site (Phoenixville Community Health Foundation)Phoenixville Community Health Foundation
    Triangle Club of Montgomery County - William F. Dannehower Memorial Scholarship AwardThe Triangle Club of Montgomery County was established in 1963 to promote service, sports, and scholarship among public, parochial, and private high school students in the county. During the spring of each year, the Triangle Club honors the top scholar-athletes from all area high schools, at which time the most outstanding is selected to receive the William F. Dannehower Memorial Scholarship Award. The award is named for the late President Judge of the Montgomery Country Court of Common Pleas, who assisted in the formation of the Triangle Club, and whose life exemplified the ideals of scholarship, sports, and community service. Each year, the Triangle Club awards three annual college scholarships. The winner of the prestigious William F. Dannehower Award receives $5,000, and their school is granted $1,000 as well. The first runner-up receives $2,000, and $1,000 is awarded to the second runner-up.MontgomeryTriangle Club of Montgomery County - Montgomery; TelfordTriangle Club of Montgomery County

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