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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 December 15, John Arinze was recognized for his selfless leadership in the Igbo community of Calgary.
On December 8, Belinda Willier was recognized for advocating on behalf of missing and murdered Indigenous women and men.
On December 1, Karsh Chauhan was recognized for ability and enthusiasm in inspiring and supporting others in achieving their dreams.
On September 8, Juliana and Chiara Concini were recognized for bring music and joy during uncertain times.
On September 1, Jän Vicente was recognized for caring for the community.
On August 25, Caleb and Raya were recognized for their efforts to feed young people.
On August 18, Matthew Douma was recognized for his efforts to improve health outcomes.
On August 11, MyCityCare was recognized for their service to the residents of Lethbridge.
On August 4, Dean Fraser was recognized for her tireless volunteering to keep the community healthy.
On July 28, Dil-E-Punjab Restaurant and Green Scholars of Alberta was recognized for feeding the hungry in the city.
On July 21, Carolyn Steeves was recognized for commitment to the arts in Strathmore.
On July 14, Marieclaire Collins was recognized for her tireless volunteering helping children.
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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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