2022 Governor's Volunteer Award Press Release

Date: 
05/24/2022
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contacts:

LOCAL CONTACT INFORMATION

Rebecca Gernes, rebecca.gernes@volunteeriowa.org, 515.348.6226

LOCAL CITIZEN(S) RECEIVE(S) GOVERNOR’S VOLUNTEER AWARD

CITY, STATE – NAME OF INDIVIDUAL OR GROUP of CITY received a Governor’s Volunteer Award from Governor Kim Reynolds and Lt. Governor Adam Gregg during a special recognition ceremony held DATE in CITY.

NAME OF INDIVIDUAL OR GROUP was honored with a[an] INDIVIDUAL / GROUP / LENGTH OF SERVICE award by NOMINATING ORGANIZATION for DESCRIPTION OF VOLUNTEER'S ACTIVITY.

“Iowans take great pride in their deep and rich commitment for serving others—it’s in our DNA,” Gov. Reynolds said. “Iowa nice is the foundation of our state--you see it everywhere you turn-- Iowans volunteering their time to help others and improve their communities and our state. It truly is an honor to be able to recognize these individuals for their meaningful acts of generosity through the Governor’s Volunteer Awards and inspire others to do the same.” 

More than 500 awards are being presented this year during five ceremonies across Iowa. It is estimated that more than 150 communities in Iowa were served by this year’s honorees.

Coordinated by Volunteer Iowa, the Governor's Volunteer Award program—now in its 38th year—provides an easy way for Iowa nonprofits, charitable organizations, and government entities to honor their volunteers with a prestigious, state-level award. More information is available at volunteeriowa.org.

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A complete list of award recipients and an electronic copy of this news release are available at volunteeriowa.org.

About Volunteer Iowa

Volunteer Iowa and its partner agencies work with organizations and individuals on three main fronts. The first is to help agencies develop quality programs that use service as a strategy to fulfill their missions and address Iowa’s greatest areas of need. The second is to help engage Iowans in their communities by promoting service and expanding the volunteer base. Finally, the third area of work is to connect individuals with appropriate service opportunities by building the volunteer infrastructure. More information is available at volunteeriowa.org.

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