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Awards for May 2004

Kids to Kids National Service Award

For: Children and young people who improved their communities through outstanding service projects.
By: Child Welfare League of America.
Winners Include: Daniel Rosado Christopher, for his work as a mentor for elementary school students, as a member of Helping Other People Everywhere and of the Students Against Destructive Decisions club at his high school, and as a regular volunteer with his church at the local homeless shelter.
Contact: (202) 638-2952, www.cwla.org.

2004 Wilmer Shields Rich Awards Program

For: Effective communications efforts to increase public awareness of foundations and corporate giving programs.
By: Council on Foundations and the Communications Network.
Winners include: The International Youth Foundation, a gold award for its newly redesigned website; the Duke Endowment, a gold award for its 2002 Annual Report; and the California Wellness Foundation, a gold award for its “Get Real About Teenage Pregnancy” campaign.
Contact: (202) 467-0471, www.cof.org.

2004 Harris Wofford Awards

For: In honor of the life work of former Sen. Harris Wofford, D-Pa., awards go to one young person and one organization that have helped to carry out and promote service learning.
By: Youth Service America and State Farm Companies Foundation.
Winner: Nickole M. Evans, 19, of Kennewick, Wash., and the Volunteer Florida Foundation.
Contact: (202) 296-2992, www.ysa.org.

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