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Nominations Now Open for CWLA's National Conference Awards

10/17/2007:   Nominations for CWLA's National Conference Awards--the Anna Quindlen Award for Excellence in Journalism in Behalf of Children and Families, the Kids to Kids National Service Award, the National Corporate Advocate of the Year Award, and the National Corporate Friend of Children Award--are now open through December 15, 2007. CWLA will present these awards at its National Conference in Washington, DC, February 25-27, 2008.

To submit nominations, and for more information, visit the the National Conference Award information portal, or follow the links below to information on each specific award.

The Anna Quindlen Award recognizes those in the field of journalism whose coverage of child welfare issues advances knowledge and understanding of the state of vulnerable children and families in America.

The Kids to Kids National Service Award celebrates the accomplishments of children and youth who have made outstanding contributions to their communities. The award provides CWLA with an opportunity to hear from children and young people firsthand about the impact community service has had on their lives.

The National Corporate Advocate of the Year Award recognizes one company for its outstanding, unparalleled, commitment to children, youth, and families on a national scale. The National Corporate Friend of Children Award recognizes a number of corporations--typically one from each of CWLA's six membership regions --for their outstanding commitment to children, youth, and families at the regional, state, or local level.

Remember to submit your nominations by December 15!


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