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2021
Awards

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Officer Of the Year
One officer  will be recognized for their time in Letters to Hope, and their dedicated time to helping their community. This is also someone who has been acknowledging the things that have been have been happening all around us such as COVID-19, the Anti-Asian Hate Incidents and Black Lives Matter.  This is someone who gives back to their community, and is a civil rights activist who pushes for equity and diversity. This officer also has been a tremendous leader in their club, and always wants best for their Letters to Hope family. 

Club Of the Year
One Letters to Hope club will be noticed for their significant effort to further its purpose through its contribution to Letters to Hope. This award recognizes a Letters to Hope club that has demonstrated consistency flexibility, initative  creativity, and preseverance through their activities and community projects. Furthermore, the organization embodies the Letters to Hope spirit through its commitment to leadership development, collaboration among groups, and the programmatic efforts to enhance the quality of the communities they have written letters to. This award is considered a role model for all the Letters to Hope clubs.

Member Of the Year
One member will be recognized for going above and beyond in helping their club succeed. This is a member who has so much love in helping their community. This member  has demonstrated outstanding leadership within their student organization, and has made a positive impact in Letters to Hope club and their surrounding community.

Global Award
This award is given to any Letters to Hope member, volunteer, advisor or volunteer coordinator. It is one of our biggest awards because it recognizes a person who believes in the mission of Letters to Hope, and pushes for making a difference in the world. This person is a role model and leader among their peers, builds an inclusive community and promotes diversity and social justice. This person also works collaboratively across the community, and act responsibly and ethically.