Volunteer of the Year 2019
Pictou Volunteer of the Year Awards
Each year, communities all across Canada celebrate National Volunteer Week, which normally takes place the third week of April. The primary purpose of this specially designated week is to thank and honour people who donate their time to help others by supporting the causes in which they believe. Volunteer Week also serves to reinforce the human values that volunteering represents and increases awareness of the vital importance of volunteerism to our communities.
Provincial Volunteer Week
April 7 to April 13, 2019
Each year the Town of Pictou calls for nominations from the community for a Volunteer of the Year. This award is given to a volunteer who has made an outstanding contribution in the Town of Pictou. The Volunteer of the Year represents the community at the Provincial Volunteer Award Ceremony in Halifax. Application forms for Pictou's Volunteer of the year can be downloaded below, deadline for submission is February 13th. The Recipient is also recognized at the annual Pictou Volunteer Banquet, which celebrates all volunteers in the community. Contact Pictou Recreation and Parks for more information.
The Province of Nova Scotia has several other categories for awards which are presented as well on Monday, April 1st at the Annual Provincial Awards Ceremony:
a) Volunteer Youth Award (Nomination deadline: Feb. 25/19)
b) Family Volunteer Award (Nomination deadline: Feb. 25/19)
If you know of anyone who is deserving of these awards, forms are available at the Pictou Recreation and Parks Office or online at http://novascotia.ca/NonProfitSector/celebrating-volunteers.asp. You may complete and mail the nomination form to:
Provincial Volunteer Awards
15087 Highway 224
Cooks Brook, NS B0N 2H0
or email email@example.com
2018 VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR
Betty Ann Battist