Nominations for awards sought
News from the Governor’s Office
HELENA – The Governor’s Office of Community Service is accepting nominations for the eighth annual ServeMontana Awards.
The ServeMontana Awards recognize and thank Montanans for their everyday contributions to their community and civic life through service and volunteerism.
“Montanans who serve others show the best of what our state has to offer – its people,” ServeMontana Executive Director Dan Ritter said. “This honor recognizes their tireless efforts help make Montana a better place to live for everyone.”
The public is encouraged to nominate individuals of all ages and backgrounds, organizations, and groups. All services must be performed in Montana or by Montanans, and applications are due by March 31. Nominees should: volunteer in ways that cause a lasting change in people’s lives, demonstrate a strong commitment to serving their community, engage in service that greatly benefits others, exhibit leadership in their service, represent determination and perseverance.
To apply, or for more information, visit http://serve.mt.gov/servemontana-awards/. Winners will be honored at a ceremony at the Montana State Capitol on May 25.
The Governor’s Office of Community Service expands and promotes national service and volunteerism in Montana and engages citizens in service. Visit serve.mt.gov.