HELEN RYAN QUINLAN CHAPTER COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD APPLICATION
PURPOSE: Presented in recognition of the most worthy activity (single event or project) that brought value to the community or campus by a chapter. Community Service is volunteering time for a charitable organization. Examples include helping to build a house for Habitat for Humanity, serving a meal at a homeless shelter or soup kitchen, distributing flyers, and working at an event for an organization. Two separate awards may be considered for hometown community service and/or national community service based on reporting submitted.

BACKGROUND: This award is in memory of one of our founders who used her energy and talents to serve her community. In recognition of this service, the Board of Trustees established the Helen Ryan Quinlan Award in 1962.

Name of Chapter *
*Only one local project and one national project may be submitted each biennium per chapter.
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Name and description of the project sponsored/ type of activity *
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Name of organization that benefitted from the project *
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Date(s) of project *
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Number of sisters in chapter at time of project *
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Number of sisters in chapter who participated in the project *
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Percent of participation. *
(participants divided by chapter membership)
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Total number of volunteer hours. *
(Add hours of each individual sister)
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Please provide any newspaper clippings, programs, photographs, etc. to document your application (maximum 15 pages). The separate link where you may attach these items in addition to submitting this application is located at www.thetaphialpha.org/awards *
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Briefly state why you feel this project qualifies as an outstanding local community or campus community service project *
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Name of officer/chairman overseeing this event
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Name of Chapter President *
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Name of Chapter Advisor *
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Email address of sister submitting this application *
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