January 17, 2012
Do you know a staff member, volunteer or physician at London Health Sciences Centre who volunteers his or her time in our community? Perhaps you have worked with him or her at a local non-profit organization or at a charitable event.
Consider recognizing that remarkable person with an LHSC President’s Award for Community Service.
LHSC is proud to recognize and celebrate the many staff, physicians and volunteers who devote their personal time to enriching the lives of others. Established in 2006 to honour the community service legacy of LHSC’s first president and CEO, Tony Dagnone, this award recognizes those whose volunteer achievements have made a difference to the lives of people in our local community.
Members of our community (i.e. those outside the hospital) can nominate LHSC staff, physicians and volunteers for this Community Service award. Deadline for nominations is Friday, March 8, 2013 and more details on the award criteria and nomination process can be found on the President’s Award Program website.
Here is Frank Filice, the 2012 winner of the President’s Award for Community Service, talking about what winning this award meant to him and why it’s important to nominate the remarkable people you know.