Garfield County Humanitarian Service Awards
The Garfield County Human Services Commission and the Board of County Commissioners host the Garfield County Humanitarian Service Awards annually. Now in its 27th year, awards will be given at the awards dinner April 3, at the Grand River Hospital Ballroom in Rifle. Several awards are given each year.
When: April 3, 2017 at 5:30 pm
Where: Ballroom of Grand River Hospital
Nominees for the 2017 awards
Ana Mirtha Flores
Garry Millard and Diana Blanco-Poveda (Mountain Family Health Centers Dental)
Nominations are closed for the 2017 Humanitarian Service Awards.
This event sells out. Each nominee is only guaranteed one table for eight. Tickets are sold on a first-come-first-served basis. Please buy your tickets early.
This event is not a fundraiser for any agency, Garfield County, or the Human Services Commission. For nearly 30 years, the awards dinner has honored residents of Garfield County for their selfless contributions to make our community an ever-more vibrant, diverse, caring, sustainable, supportive and safe place to live, work and play.
Please call 970-458-8059.
Humanitarian Service Awards 2016 from Garfield County on Vimeo.
Human Service Awards began: 1989
Purpose: To recognize outstanding volunteer and community efforts in Garfield County
Who may be nominated? Anyone, of any age, who has performed selfless acts for the good of the community.
Who may nominate: Anyone who has observed someone contributing to the welfare of Garfield County residents.
Categories: Youth, adult and senior volunteer, staff member.
The committee may create more categories to fit extraordinary humanitarian efforts.
When IS the nomination period? January 27 through February 24, 2017
NOTE: Any previous winner of a Garfield County Humanitarian Service Award is ineligible for nomination. Nominees who were not category winners are eligible for re-nomination.