Nominations are now being accepted for the First 5 Riverside (F5R) Champion for Children Award, an award created to honor and bring awareness to people and organizations whose leadership and advocacy embody the vision of First 5 Riverside.
The recipient will be awarded up to $1,000 sponsorship to support a community event. They will also be presented a plaque and certificate by the Riverside County Children and Families Commission in 2021 and will be recognized on the First 5 Riverside website and social media channels.
To be eligible, nominees must live and/or work in Riverside County for at least two years. The recipient selected will have achievements that align with F5R strategic goals, including quality early learning, comprehensive health and development, and resilient families.
Nominations are due by January 11, 2021. The nomination packet is posted at www.first5riverside.org. For additional information, contact F5R Public Information Specialist Sean Pravica at 951-203-3079.
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