Student Community Service Awards
 
For over 40 years, The Center has worked to mobilize Triangle area students to volunteer and make a difference. Last year our students were recognized for over 50,000 hours of service to the Triangle community. Annually, we host the Tomorrow's Community Leaders Award Ceremony for all student achievement programs each fall.

Mayor’s Award 
 
For students who volunteer 60 or more hours during the summer
 
(Service begins the first day of summer vacation and ends the last day of summer vacation--includes individual photo shoot with the Mayor)
 
 
 
 
Commissioners' Award
 
Recognizes students who volunteer 50 or more hours during the school year.
 
(All hours already served this school year count toward this award! )
 
 
 
   
President’s Award
 
 
Highest national volunteer award!
 
Earn the bronze, silver, gold or lifetime achievement award (age-specific levels) from the White House! .
 
 
 
 The Triangle Nonprofit & Volunteer Leadership Center is the local "Certifying Organization" for these awards.
 
It's not too late to register. 
The deadline for registration/timesheets is September 2, 2017! 
 
 
 
VOLUNTEER OF THE WEEK
 Lilith Davis
Piedmont Wildlife Center
  
 
 

Lilith Davis, and her son Angus McQuoid (not pictured), make a great team volunteering together at the Piedmont Wildlife Center. PWC is an organization that promotes conservation of wildlife via their permanent resident "animal ambassadors", which are the central part of their educational programs. Lilith and Angus feed more than twenty animals, including raptors, opossums, owls and hawks. They also attend raptor training, prepare food, change water dishes, clean enclosures, and do whatever is needed to keep the animals happy and safe. Sara Steffen, their Volunteer Supervisor, calls Lilith and Angus “a crucial part of our team,” noting that they often serve as substitutes when other volunteers aren’t able to show up. Lilith and Angus not only help with the animals, but they also attend outreach events, educating the public about Piedmont Wildlife Center and the animals there, and they assist in fundraising events.

 
Thank you, Lilith and Angus, for being true friends of the animals, and for the hard work you do for our community!
 

After more than 40 years 
as the Volunteer Center
we changed our name to reflect
WHAT we do and WHERE we do it.
 
We serve ALL nonprofits & volunteers
throughout the Triangle
and now our name fits our mission! 

The Center serves more than 1,200 nonprofits and thousands of terrific volunteers in:
Carrboro, Cary, Chapel Hill, Durham, Hillsborough Morrisville, Raleigh...across the entire Triangle area!
   
 Congratulations to our
2017 Governor's Medallion Award for Volunteer Service

This award recognizes the "top 20" volunteers in the state.
Medallion recipients are nominated at the county level then
evaluated by a panel of community service leaders from across the state.
Click here to see our full list of Key Award Winners

 
Durham County
 
Nazair Jones
Mentor Category
 
Ronald McDonald House-Chapel Hill  
Wake County
 
Mike Sweeney 
Faith-Based Category
 
Wheels4Hope 
 
Orange County
 
Kenneth Xu 
Youth Category
 
Student Environmental Education Coalition
 
 
 

 


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