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FORMER PRESIDENT GEORGE H.W. BUSH 41ST U.S. PRESIDENT

In 2002, President George H. W. Bush during his State of the Union Address, challenged each American to make time to help their neighbors, community, and nation through service.  He called on each person to dedicate at least two years – to service over the course of their lives.

In 2003, the President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation founded the President’s Award to honor outstanding men and women who give their time to humanitarianism volunteering and helping their communities.​

 

The Presidential Lifetime Achievement Awards has rapidly become recognized as an immense honor and highly anticipated annual event.

The Presidential Lifetime Achievement Awards Honor Exceptional Leaders Throughout the Nation

Heart Bible International University with its founder Dr. Mcintosh is honored to celebrate great men and women who have served their community.

 “It’s a wonderful experience to be able to honor men and women who are committed to seeing lasting change, knowing that they’re true humanitarians who have served the community faithfully… giving [their] service, sometimes without being compensated for it, but just doing what [they’re] doing because [they] love to serve. Without true humanitarians, our world would be in a terrible place…Our local police department, those that work in the hospitals, etc they are humanitarians… and [they] deserve to be honored,”

WHAT TO EXPECT AT THE PRESIDENTIAL AWARD GALA

Media / Photo, Interview on the red carpet

Guest will walk the Red Carpet

Product Giveaways/Gift Bags

4 Course dinner and premium cocktails

Live entertainment 

Amazing speakers and Awards ceremony 

 

Volunteer Eligibility:

 

  • United States citizen or lawful permanent resident of the United States (i.e., green card holder)

  • Must be at least five years old

  • Completes eligible service within 12 months (for annual Bronze, Silver, and Gold Awards)
    4000 hours (for Lifetime Achievement Awards)
     

 

Eligible Service:

 

  • Unpaid acts of volunteer service benefitting others

    • Service through National service programs that provide a stipend (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) may count towards the Lifetime Achievement Award, but not for the annual Bronze, Silver, and Gold Awards)

    • Travel stipends, transit/parking passes, membership passes, expense reimbursements, and other nominal volunteer support do not impact service eligibility

 

 

Eligible Service does not include:

 

  • Donating funds

  • Political lobbying (Non-partisan voter registration is an eligible activity)

  • Religious instruction

  • Conducting worship service

  • Proselytizing

  • Volunteer service performed as part of court-ordered community service

  • Serving only family members

 

 

The deadline to apply for the President’s Volunteer Service Award is May 15  


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gold Service Award

Young Adults (age 16-25) 250+ hours

Adults (age 26+)  500+ hours

Families & Groups 1,000+ hours


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Lifetime Call-to-Service Award

Young Adults (age 16-25) 4,000+ hours

Adults (age 26+)  4,000+ hours

Families & Groups 4,000+ hours

 

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