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The Alberta Northern Lights Volunteer Recognition Program is honoured to recognize the volunteers listed here – and grateful for the contributions they’ve made in their communities.
On March 10, they were recognized for helping those in need navigate mental health supports and agencies.
On March 10, they were recognized for repairing and restoring donated bicycles and distributing them to those in need.
On February 17, he was recognized for more than four decades of community service.
On February 17, she was recognized for making care packages for seniors, families and teachers.
On February 17, she was recognized for supporting victims of crime or those experiencing sudden tragedy.
On December 9, he was recognized for helping the Nigerian Canadian Association of Edmonton grow and strengthen the community.
On December 9, she was recognized for her dedication to volunteering at the Red Deer Hospital while keeping up her studies.
On November 25, they were recognized for delivering books to young readers in the Fort McMurray area.
On November 18, she was recognized for using music and the arts to help kids overcome barriers.
On November 12, she was recognized for her leadership in numerous volunteer activities at home and abroad.
On November 4, he was recognized for assembling patient information into packages for health care professionals.
On October 28, she was recognized for organizing a pet food drive in her community.
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Honour the contributions of an amazing individual or group.
Alberta Northern Lights Volunteer Recognition Program
How to volunteer
For contact information, visit Volunteering during COVID-19.
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