Living Treasure Awards
Woodbridge Human Services announces the date for the 3rd annual
Living Treasure Awards: September 14, 2021!
Beginning with the inaugural Living Treasure Awards in 2018, Human Services honors deserving individuals who are nominated, and selected by committee, for their outstanding dedication and consistent community service.
Any Woodbridge resident, age 60 or over, who has demonstrated positive actions to improve the quality of life for Woodbridge, has contributed and may continue to contribute their time to enhance our community as a whole, and has performed this work on a volunteer, unpaid basis, is eligible for nomination for the Living Treasure Award.
Dates and deadline for submitting nominations for the upcoming awards will be posted here, in the town's Newsletter and in local newspapers. Friends, co-workers, principals, teachers, students, neighbors, group leaders, clergy, and volunteer agencies are among those who may nominate a candidate for consideration. Family members may not nominate a relative.
There are options to show support for The Woodbridge Center at the Living Treasure Awards Dinner. Please choose the one that best suits you or your business.
SILENT AUCTION: We will gladly accept goods, services, or gift cards. A sign with your business name will be displayed next to your item.
PROGRAM ADS: Consider advertising in our Woodbridge Human Services Award Dinner Program! Not only will this ad book be available at the event but it will also be stocked at the Woodbridge Center.
TABLE SPONSORSHIPS AND ADVERTISING SIGNS: A picture frame with your business or family name will be placed on one of the tables at the event. If you have a company sign, they will be prominently placed.
DONATIONS: In Memory or In Honor of a loved one, please consider making a donation to the Woodbridge Center.
Please print form and submit your request with all necessary information and payment.
Thank you for your support!
Our Inaugural event, celebrated in 2018, honored Living Treasures Louisa Cunningham, Robert Conniff, Leland Torrence, Sr. and Dorothy Martino, pictured here with First Selectman Beth Heller and (former) Human Services Commission Chair, Sharon Bender.