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The David Kelly Award for Community Service is awarded annually to one individual who exemplifies the spirit of community service in support of the brain tumour community in Canada. This award, previously the Chair’s award for Community Service, has been renamed in honour of brain tumour advocate and fundraising leader David Kelly, from Fredericton, New Brunswick, who passed away in October 2014.
Nominations for the 2021 David Kelly Award for Community Service is now open! Please fill out the online form and submit your nomination by September 10th, 2021. If you have any questions about the award or the nomination process, please contact Jennifer McIntosh, Human Relations Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada’s Volunteer of Distinction Award is given every year to volunteers who embody the spirit of volunteerism. They are leaders and ambassadors who give freely of their time and energy to help reach every Canadian affected by a brain tumour through support, education, information and research.
The Outstanding Youth Volunteer Award was founded in 2020 and will be presented annually to one youth who exemplifies the spirit of community service. The nominee has provided considerable time and effort in assisting the brain tumour community and has contributed to making a positive impact. Their actions have displayed leadership and dedication to their involvement with Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada.
The Health Care Professional Award was created in 2020 to recognize an individual in the healthcare field that has shown exemplary and compassionate care to the brain tumour community. As an organization, we rely on healthcare professionals to help guide our supports, reach those who are in need, and collaborate on important resources and programs.