Volunteer Achievement Awards Survey
Nominate a Volunteer!
Richmond Hill's Volunteer Achievement Awards honour residents who have shown long-term dedication and commitment to building a stronger community through volunteering in Richmond Hill. Do you know someone who volunteers and is worthy of recognition? Nominate him/her today for a Richmond Hill Volunteer Achievement Award!
The call for Volunteer Achievement Award nominations has ended.
Recipients are first nominated by a member of the community. Following nominations, a Richmond Hill Review Committee establishes that the information received about the nominee is accurate and that the nominee is eligible to receive the Volunteer Achievement Award. The Committee will then send a letter or email to the individual confirming the nomination has been received. Recipients are then recommended to Council for final selection. Those selected are then invited to attend a special ceremony in April acknowledging their Award.
Award One: Volunteer Achievement Award (multiple recipients)
This award recognizes volunteers (19 and older) who have made a difference in the community through volunteerism.
Award Two: Enbridge Youth Volunteer Achievement Award (one recipient)
Richmond Hill, in partnership with Enbridge Gas Distribution, honours volunteers (18 years or younger) who have made a difference in the community through volunteerism. The recipient will receive financial support towards a Registered Educational Savings Plan.
Award Three: Naim Malik Volunteer Achievement Award for the Promotion of Intercultural Friendships (one recipient)
This award recognizes volunteers (19 years or older) who have made a difference in the community by fostering and promoting Intercultural Friendship.