Lakewood Family Collaborative Seeks “Helping Hands Award” Nominees
The Lakewood Family Collaborative, serving Lakewood and it's neighbors, is looking for those people in our community who serve and have made an impact. The Leadership Team of the Collab is choosing one outstanding candidate – an individual or organization – whose helping hands have made a stellar difference in the lives of the people served in our community. The honoree last year was Jason Weiner of The Beck Center of the Arts.
We Need Your Help
We have all thought highly of those around us who serve in a variety of ways. We need your help in identifying those people who impact our community.
Annual Lakewood Family Collaborative Helping Hands Award 2014/2015
Or, please email the following information to email@example.com by Friday, May 8, 2015. Submissions mailed can be sent to The Lakewood Family Collaborative, 12900 Madison Avenue, Lakewood Ohio 44107.
1. Person/Organization for Nomination:
2. Describe why you chose this person/organization for nomination for the Helping Hands Award.
3. Describe/explain the Impact/benefits to our community:
4. Submitted by:
The Lakewood Family Collaborative
All are welcome to join us for the Lakewood Family Collaborative's monthly gathering. We meet August through May, the fourth Thursday of each month, 12:30 until 2 p.m. at the Lakewood Park Woman's Club Pavilion, 14532 Lake Avenue, Lakewood Ohio. November and December meetings are the third Thursday of the month.
The Helping Hands Award will be presented at the May 28th End of Year Celebration and Luncheon, all free of charge. For more information, please contact The Lakewood Family Collaborative at 216-529-6868.
Please join us as we network and share resources, participate with our Spotlight Series speaker, and work together to make a difference. Who comes to our meetings? Attending are a variety of community folks, social workers, counselors, school personnel and faith community members - just to name a few. Join in!
Get more information on the Lakewood Family Collaborative
City of Lakewood website: http://www.onelakewood.com/HumanServices/Youth/Collaborative.aspx
"Like" us on Facebook @ "Lakewood Family Collaborative"
Visit our website at http://www.thelakewoodfoundation.org/#!family-collab
To all those in our community who make a difference, day by day, providing for, working with and striving to positively impact our world, thank you. Your efforts are appreciated in more ways than you know!
The Lakewood Family Collaborative is a group of agencies, organizations and concerned individuals working together to make sure a network of services and supports are available and accessible to children, youth and families.
Bruce Chamberlin is an employee of the City of Lakewood as a part of the Lakewood Family Collaborative