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2024 New Brunswick Non-Profit Housing Association Volunteer Awards

Do you know an individual who is making an outstanding contribution to non-profit housing in New Brunswick?

Help this person receive the recognition they deserve by nominating them for the New Brunswick Non-Profit Housing Volunteer Awards!

Award Categories

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1. Alex Arseneau Volunteer of the Year

Demonstrated support, sensitivity, and encouragement for non-profit housing in their community, additional accomplishments in the non-profit housing sector, leadership and initiative within the sector, contribution in raising awareness about housing issues, amount of time and commitment involved in the volunteer work. Nominees must be volunteers with at least 5 years of experience on a non-profit housing board.

Who is eligible?

An individual who currently serves as a volunteer on the Board of a non-profit housing organization that is a member of the Association, or an individual who is a volunteer on the board of the NBNPHA.

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2. Innovation Award

Awarded to an individual who has demonstrated creativity and innovation in the delivery of their volunteer contributions, or creative solutions to affordable housing issues. Examples of this would be actions such as the creation of services within a housing project which enhance quality of life for tenants (adding onsite services such as a hair salon for tenants with mobility issues, or a holiday dinner for those who cannot travel), or amalgamation of projects to ensure viability and sustainability.

 

Who is eligible?

An individual who is currently serving as a volunteer on a regular basis with a non-profit housing organization that is a member in good standing of the Association.

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3. Gary Glauser Leadership Award

Awarded to an individual, either staff, volunteer, or board member, who has had a significant impact in their role in the non-profit housing sector. This individual is an excellent role model, who inspires others to work creatively and collaboratively. Examples of this could include outstanding volunteer recruitment to the organization, mentorship, or connecting with other existing groups or services to produce efficient and effective results. The individual will also have a track record of promoting a work environment which is respectful and supportive.

Who is eligible?

An individual currently serving as a volunteer with a non-profit housing organization that is a member in good standing of the Association, or an individual currently employed with a non-profit housing organization that is a member in good standing of the Association.

Who can submit nominations?


The Board, or an individual board director, of a Non-Profit or Co-operative Housing organization that is a member in good standing of the NBNPHA.

 

Selection process: A committee shall be appointed by NBNPHA to review all submissions and conduct the selection. Nominations must be received no later than April 1, 2024.​

 

How to submit:

 

By mail:

Send the hard copy of your nomination letter and nominator’s information to the below-mentioned address -

NBNPHA Awards Committee
83 Rue Gorveatte, Unit C, Dieppe, NB E1A 2E5
Email: info@nbnpha-alsblnb.ca


Or by simply submitting an online form here:

 

Recipient recognition: NBNPHA will provide 2024 conference registration fees, plus one additional Minister’s Banquet ticket for each Award Recipient. Nominating organizations will be responsible to cover any transportation or accommodation costs associated with attending the event. Recipients will be honoured during the Minister’s Luncheon with an audience of their peers and will be required to attend a photo opportunity during the conference. Recognition will appear on the NBNPHA website, and media releases will be sent to relevant news agencies.

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