The President’s Volunteer Service Award (PVSA) is the premier volunteer awards program,
encouraging citizens to live a life of service through presidential gratitude and national recognition.
America has a long and proud tradition of volunteer service.
Now, more than ever, volunteers are renewing their commitment to help others and making new connections that bring us closer together as families, as neighbors, as communities and as a nation.
Recognizing and honoring volunteers sets a standard for service, encourages a sustained commitment to civic participation and inspires other to make service a central part of their lives. The President’s Volunteer Service Award recognizes United States citizens and lawfully admitted permanent residents of the United States who have achieved the required number of hours of service over a 12-month time period, or cumulative hours over the course of a lifetime.
The WBMSO is proud to be a certifying organization. As a certifying organization, we are able to help individual organizations recognize and honor the volunteers that serve in their dedicated causes on a national level.
The West Babylon Main Street Organization's Record of Service Key is: VRR-58331
We encourage you to take a look around, be inspired and take positive action that changes the world.
Check out the great article written by the Town of Babylon on their website:
2015 - Joseph Randazzo - President's Volunteer Service Award recipient
2014 - Kasey Sherwood - President's Volunteer Service Award recipient
Any individual, family, or group can receive Presidential recognition for their annual commitment to volunteer service as long as they meet the hourly requirements.
In addition, individuals who complete 4,000 or more hours of volunteer service over the course of their lifetime will be recognized with the President’s Call to Service Award.
As a recipient of the President’s Volunteer Service Award you receive one of the highest honors – presidential recognition. With that honor comes responsibility to your community, the nonprofit sector and the Office of the President of the United States. As a PVSA award recipient, it’s your duty to not only continue to a live a life of service and encourage others to follow in your footsteps, but also extend your service-minded values outside of your volunteer work as honorable and respectable citizens.