United Way KFL&A recognizes long-term volunteer service
Every year, the Ministry of Citizenship, Immigration and International Trade offers local not-for-profit organizations the opportunity to recognize their volunteers for years of volunteer service.
The Ontario Volunteer Service Awards recognize individuals for 5 to 60+ years of continuous volunteer service with an organization – youth are recognized for 2+ years of service.
This year, United Way KFL&A is thrilled to recognize nine recipients for an Ontario Volunteer Service Award for their long-term volunteer commitment. Congratulations and many thanks for all that you do in support of our community, through your volunteer work with United Way KFL&A.
(L-R) Matthew Van Nest (20 yrs), Fiona McConnell Radford (Youth), Sabrina Tedford (Youth), Peter Clarke (10 years), Lesley Kelly (10 yrs), Patrick Murphy (10 yrs)
2018 recipients not in photographs: Christine Jewell (15 yrs), Susan Nicholson (10 yrs), Marianne Moor (Youth)
If you are interested in helping your community through volunteering have a look at the opportunities listed in our Volunteer Centre