December 16, 2014
Call for Nominations: Orange County Heroes Wanted
Recognizing those who work to create safe, inclusive, respectful schools and communities
OC Human Relations is seeking nominations of individuals, law enforcement, schools, and community organizations that have made lasting contributions to human relations in Orange County to be honored at AWARDS 44 on May 7, 2015 at the City National Grove of Anaheim.
Nomination categories include:
- Diverse Community Leader: Honoring individuals or groups that promote human relations, foster mutual understanding and respect among residents or work to peacefully resolve conflict.
- Distinguished School: Honoring schools that have made exceptional contributions to promote, nurture and ensure safe, inclusive, and equitable campuses.
- Community-Oriented Policing: Honoring exemplary efforts through a community-oriented policing project or initiative.
Nominations being accepted for: individuals and/or groups involved in community leadership, community based organizations, schools, and law enforcement, including diverse community leaders, school administrators and staff, students and police officers who work to create safe, inclusive, respectful schools and/or communities.
Anyone may submit a nomination by the deadline of: Friday, January 23, 2015 at 4:00 p.m.
For 44 years, OC Human Relations has been honoring individuals, law enforcement, schools and community organizations for their contributions to human relations in Orange County. These community heroes help lead the way to greater mutual understanding among residents of Orange County.
For information about table and event sponsorship opportunities, beginning at the $3,000 donation level, contact Melissa Morgan at 714-480-6582 [email protected].
About OC Human Relations:
OC Human Relations is a local nonprofit with the mission to foster mutual understanding among residents and eliminate prejudice, intolerance and discrimination in order to make Orange County a better place for ALL people to live, work and do business. For 44 years, OC Human Relations has been honoring individuals, law enforcement and school and community organizations for their contributions to human relations.