Awards

For many, volunteering is its own reward. But to help us promote the spirit of volunteerism, Volunteer Arlington seeks to recognize those who go above and beyond the call to serve others. They do so because they care about the well being of their neighbors and the health of the community.

Click on each award heading to learn more.

Volunteer Arlington Award

Presented to an individual who works with volunteer engagement.

Nomination form for the Volunteer Arlington Award

Community Awards

A series of specific awards presented at "Arlington Cares". 

Award categories include:

LIfetime of Service Award

Distinguished County Service Award

Distinguished Corporate Service Award

RSVP Service Award

Family Volunteer Service Award

Youth Volunteer Service Award

Nomination Form for the Community Awards

Volunteer Service Awards

These awards honor those individuals who have volunteered more than 100 hours during the course of one year.

Volunteer Arlington Partners can email volarl@leadercenter.org by July 1, 2021 with the names of their organization's Volunteer Service Award Winner.

 

Congratulations to our 2019 Volunteer Award Winners!

Volunteer Arlington Award: Laura Jackson

Youth Service Award: Galilee Ambellu

Family Service Award: Fagerstrom Family

RSVP Award: Mark Turco 

Distinguished Corporate Service Award: Eagle Hill Consulting

Distinguished County Service Awards: Kathryn Martin and  Kimberly Roberts

Lifetime of Service Award: Betty Ahern

2018 Volunteer Award Winners:

Volunteer Arlington Award: Siobhan Grayson

Youth Service Award: Mia Lee

Family Service Award: Gene and Jeanie Cross

RSVP Award: Janet Garber 

Distinguished Corporate Service Award: Deloitte

Distinguished County Service Awards: Kate Athing and the Marymount Women's Lacross Team; Sly Young

Lifetime of Service Award: Lois Sewell

Click here to view previous 100 Hours of Volunteer Service Award Winners.