GROWS Humanitarian Award

GROWS Humanitarian Award

This year marks the eighth anniversary of the Humanitarian of the Year Award, recognition accorded by GROWS and its membership to an individual who has distinguished him or herself by working above and beyond to enrich and improve the lives of Montgomery County seniors. Now known as the Debra Levy Humanitarian of the Year Award, it honors Debra Levy (1954-2012) for her professional knowledge, creativity, and generous spirit. Debra founded one of the first care management firms in the county, Debra Levy Eldercare Associates, and was a true a visionary in the field of helping aging adults of Montgomery County.

Your nominee need not be a member of GROWS, but his/her work should be concentrated in Montgomery County and focus on enriching or improving the lives of seniors.

If you know of an individual who merits such recognition, please complete the form below in no more than 300 words and tell us why. Please includes specifics: things they have done, programs they have developed or managed, leadership positions, volunteer work, the people they have touched, mentored, or inspired with their efforts; anything they have done to improve the lives of Montgomery County seniors.

Deadline for submission is NOVEMBER 9th, 2018. The recipient will be announced at the GROWS Annual Holiday Breakfast on DECEMBER 6, 2018 at Ring House.

 

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* 1. Your Name, First, Last  (Not the Nominee)

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* 2. Your Organization

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* 3. Your Email

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* 4. Your Phone Number

Nominee Information
Please use the section below to provide us with information about the person you are nominating.

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* 5. Name of Nominee, First, Last

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* 6. Organization that Nominee Represents

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* 7. Nominees Email

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* 8. Nominees Phone Number

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* 9. EXPLAIN IN 300 WORDS OR LESS WHY THE NOMINEE SHOULD RECEIVE THIS AWARD. THIS SHOULD INCLUDE SPECIFICS: CAUSE AND EFFECT, EXCEPTIONAL THINGS THIS PERSON HAS DONE TO IMPROVE THE LIVES OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY SENIORS. WE ARE LOOKING FOR COUNTABLES, TANGIBLES – NOT AN EMOTIONAL APPEAL

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