Champion For Peace Award
It’s TIME to NOMINATE a ROTARIAN for The 2021 CHAMPION FOR PEACE AWARD

The Annual Champion for Peace Award is given to a fellow D5495 Rotarian who has demonstrated an “an enduring commitment to PEACE.” The Champion for Peace Award recipients are selected by a committee of Peacebuilders Network volunteers.

All members are encouraged to consider whether to nominate a candidate for the award. Peace is the 1st of Rotary’s 7 Areas of Focus. Keep in mind that the other 6 Areas support the conditions that make Peace possible. Therefore, the nominee’s work may promote Peace by building a foundation rather than directly being named as a “Peace’ project.

The nomination period runs from May 1-May 22, 2021. All complete nominations will be considered. The 2021 recipient will be announced at the D5495’s 2020-21 Year End Celebration and installation of the 2021-22 Governor on July 10 at the Wigwam Resort.

If you have any questions, please contact the Peacebuilding Resources Chair, at peaceresources@rotary5495.org.

Past Recipients include: Chuck Fitzgerald (2018), Kevin Pitts (2019) and Nancy Van Pelt (2020).
Nominee: *
Club: *
The purpose of the award is to recognize the powerful stories of peacebuilders and activists in our District who have embodied one or more of the following criteria:
*Advanced the cause of peace locally, nationally or internationally
*Championed a significant project for peace or an area that leads to peace
*Demonstrated substantial capacity in mobilizing people and resources for peacebuilding
*Contributed to a cause of peace in the long-term
*Exhibited the exceptional promotion or protection of human rights
After reading the criteria above, please in one or two paragraphs, tell us why you have nominated the above-named person: *
Nominator:
Rotary Club
The nomination period runs from May 1-May 22, 2021. All complete nominations will be considered. The 2021 recipient will be announced at the D5495’s 2020-21 Year End Celebration and installation of the 2021-22 Governor on July 10 at the Wigwam Resort.

If you have any questions, please contact the Peacebuilding Resources Chair, at peaceresources@rotary5495.org.
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