Other Local Award Programs

Congratulations and thank you to each of you.

Many cities and professional organizations have award volunteer recognition opportunities through which volunteers can be honoured for their commitment to their local community. Two recent examples of this are below.

If there is a similar program in your community or workplace, please contact:

Jennifer McIntosh
Human Relations Manager
jmcintosh@braintumour.ca
1-800-265-5106, ext. 231

Cheers to Volunteers, Volunteer Halton Award (2011)

The Hamilton Spring Sprint committee and other volunteers from the Halton region were honoured by Volunteer Halton for their important contributions to the community. Brad Swift and Ingrid Exner accepted the award on behalf of all of these important volunteers. Thank you everyone!

 

 

London Spring Sprint Committee, London and Area Volunteer Association Honour (2011) 

Every year, teams of dedicated volunteers lead Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada’s annual Spring Sprint walkathons across the country. It is with their committed support that the vision to find the cause of and a cure for brain tumours, while improving the quality of life for those affected, can be realized. The London area Spring Sprint committee ... Read more >

Danielle Griffiths and Jen Easton, London and Area Volunteer Association Honour (2010)

For sisters-in-law Danielle Griffiths and Jen Easton, the desire to find some good in a challenging time led them to volunteer for Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. Read more >

Chartered Accountants Association of Alberta’s Early Achievement Award

Theresa Acchione was awarded the Chartered Accountants Association of Alberta’s Early Achievement Award in 2010. This award recognizes excellence in both professional and charitable service in the early years of a CA’s career.

Theresa Acchione

Volunteer of the Month Profile - Congratulations, Theresa, on your award and thank you for your dedication and kindness to everyone you have met during your years as the Coordinator for the Calgary Spring Sprint and as the convenor of the Calgary Support Group. Read more >

 

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