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GIVE Award (Girls Grade 8 – 12)

GIVE Award (Girls Into Volunteer Experiences) formally our Violet Richardson Award

large_MP900442246.JPGG.I.V.E. is an award program offered through Soroptimist International of South Lake Tahoe
and Soroptimist International of Tahoe Sierra. Soroptimist is an organization of women
whose members volunteer in their communities. This award recognizes young women in
grades 8 through 12 who volunteer in their school or community. The award was previously
named after Violet Richardson, the President of the first Soroptimist club in Alameda County
in 1921. She believed in personal responsibility and the motto, “It’s what you do that
counts.” Violet Richardson lived her life accordingly, as an active member in her community
who was committed to creating opportunities for girls and young women. If you believe in
the power of volunteer action, then you may be eligible to win the G.I.V.E. award of $100 to
you and $100 to the organization of your choice. If you think you’d make a good G.I.V.E.
award candidate, please complete the enclosed application and tell us about your volunteer
action.

You can apply to our club in two ways either as an online application or as a hard copy. The online application should be forwarded to the Awards Chair at sitahoesierra@gmail.com.  We will be happy to answer questions you may have.

 

If you or someone you know qualifies for this award, apply!

Hard copy applications are available at South Tahoe Middle School, South Tahoe High School, El Dorado County Library, George Whittell School and the Zephyr Cove Library.

Send your application to:

Soroptimist Int. of Tahoe Sierra

Attn: Nancy Muller

PO Box 18727

South Lake Tahoe, CA 96151

 

Application deadline: November 15.

Click here to see Allyson’s story.

 

Congratulations to our previous recipients!

2011 – Alejandra Medina and Alyson Marchus

2012 – Katherine Albrecht

2013 – Margaret Carlson, Stephanie Thomaselli, and Carli Valney

2014 – Emily Aminian, Tori Jimenez, and Kelsey Kjer

2015 – Katherine Krolicki, Sarah Novak, Joemae Santos, Kylee Lyons, Haylee Chamarro, Emma Sower

2016- Abby Abel, Allyson Swain, Hunter Turney, Annie Buchser, Sabrina Green,Tatum Whatford.

2017-Tatum Bunnett, Kayleen Conard, Madison Evans, Destiny Hursh, Elizabeth Krolicki.

2018 – Catherine Yonhka

 

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