2020 Freedom Fund Award Nominations
Nominations are now Open for the 2020 Freedom Fund Awards. All submission have to be received by no later than March 30th. There will be only one 1 winner chosen for each category.
This year’s Freedom Fund theme: When We Fight. We Win! captures the spirit of a 110 year-old organization anchored in a legacy of courage and unwavering in its fight for political, educational, social and economic equality for all.
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Nominator's Email and/or Phone number
Nominee Phone Number
Nominee Address (include city, state, zip)
Award nominating for:
Wylene Burch Lifetime Achievement Award - Someone who has been a champion for civil rights for a significant period of time
Jenkins Odoms, Freedom Fighter Award - Someone who demonstrates a commitment to social justice
NAACP Making a Difference Award - Someone who has demonstrated exceptional effort in volunteerism and/or community activism
Natalie Woods Education Award - Someone who is passionate about educational policy/issues in Howard County and/or promotes opportunities for student voice
Rev. John L. Wright, Sr. Religious Affairs Award - Someone who is affiliated with social justice and faith based events aimed at equity
Dr. Luther and Fannie Mathias Community Service Award - Someone who actively demonstrates courage, leadership, and passion for community volunteerism
Robert L. Clay, Sr. Business Award - Someone who actively demonstrates corporate social responsibility and outreach to the greater community
Young Trailblazer Award - Youth member (ages 14-18) who demonstrates courage, leadership, and passion for community volunteerism
Why do you believe this person is an exceptional candidate for this award? (5-7 sentences)
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