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Mayor's Community Service Award

Mayor's Community Service Awards

Serve DC is pleased to announce the 2013 Mayor's Community Service Award winners!

Awards were given to District residents who demonstrated exceptional commitment to District communities through service and volunteerism in six categories, including community service, corporate engagement, education, emergency preparedness and public safety, national service, and youth.

2013 Mayor's Community Service Award Winners:

  • Iris Molotsky: Community Service
  • Monumental Sports & Entertainment: Corporate Engagement 
  • Dilys Lande: Education
  • John McGuire: Emergency Preparedness & Public Safety
  • Virginia McLaurin: National Service
  • Sonia Pearson: Youth
Awardees will be honored Tuesday, December 17, 2013 at the John A. Wilson Building. Attendance is free and open to the public, but space is limited and anyone interested in attending must RSVP online

The Mayor's Community Service Awards are an annual opportunity to recognize, reward and encourage activities that make or have a significant impact on meeting the needs of District of Columbia communities. Nominees must be District residents and applicable volunteer and service activities must have taken place in the District.

Learn more about the Mayor's Community Service Award categories and criteria.

For more information on the Mayor's Community Service Awards, please contact Juan Thompson.


Meet the 2012 Mayor's Community Service Award winners.


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National Service Award

Individuals nominated must be District residents who have demonstrated exemplary commitment to volunteerism and service within a national service capacity or program, i.e. AmeriCorps and its affiliates.
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Emergency Preparedness and Public Safety Award

Individuals nominated must be District residents who have demonstrated exemplary commitment to emergency preparedness and/or public safety through volunteerism and service.

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Education Service Award

Individuals nominated must be District residents who have demonstrated exemplary commitment to supporting education through volunteerism and service.

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Youth Volunteer Service Award

Individuals nominated must be District residents, age 24 or younger, who have demonstrated exemplary commitment to volunteerism and service.

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Corporate Engagement Award

For-profit corporation or entity nominated must operate in the District of Columbia and have demonstrated exemplary commitment to employee volunteer engagement in the District. 

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Community Service Award

Individuals nominated must be District residents, who have demonstrated exemplary commitment to their neighborhood and/or Ward through volunteerism and service.

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