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Champion for Child Well-Being Award

Champion for Child Well-Being Award

Each year, the Arizona State University’s Center for Child Well-Being recognizes an individual who has demonstrated dedication and commitment to ensuring that children are living in safe, supportive, and nurturing communities. 

The purpose of the Champion for Child Well-Being award is to recognize contributions made to children living throughout the United States, whether it is through the individual’s professional employment, volunteer work or advocacy.

The perfect nominee has committed their time to helping children have a safe place to live, learn, and grow. These individuals are champions for children.

Help us identify the 2018 Champion for Child Well-Being by nominating someone you know. To nominate, complete this form by providing detailed answers describing why this nominee should be the recipient of the Champion for Child Well-Being award.

Nominations are due Friday, March 1, 2019.

The awardee will be announced on April 14, 2019, during the  2019 National Children of Incarcerated Parents Conference Welcome Reception in Phoenix, Ariz.

For more information about this award, contact Dr. Judy Krysik at judy.krysik@asu.edu or call 602.496.1475.

Nominate a Champion

 

Past Honorees:

2018-
                                        
Robert O. Carr, Give Something Back     |     Carol Fennelly, Hope House DC

2017-
Donald Schmid,  MSW