If you know someone in Sacramento County who does amazing volunteer work and is over 50, you can recognize their efforts by nominating them for The Sacramento County Adult and Aging Commission’s 5 over 50 Award. The award honors volunteers over the age of 50 who contribute to the health and vitality of the Sacramento County community.
The ideal nominee is someone who makes our County a great place to live, work and play. This award aims to recognize those who make a difference in our community. The candidate must be 50 or older and a Sacramento County resident. Members of the Adult and Aging Commission are not eligible for the award.
Applicants will need to provide information about the communities that benefited from the volunteer’s work and how the volunteer positively impacted those communities. Applicants will also need to include information on how to contact the nominee. You can find more information and the application on the Adult and Aging Commission’s webpage.
Applications are due by Feb. 15. Applicants will know the outcome by the end of March. The awards will be presented in May, coinciding with the recognition of Older Americans Month.
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