U.S. President’s Volunteer Service Award and Gala

Your influence in your community is irreplaceable. The families you have helped, the lives you have touched not only impacted your community, but the word of your success and commitment has reached the masses. On this day Friday,  September 2nd 2022, we would like to acknowledge and host a gala in your honor, to issue you an award that you have earned, not because you worked for it, but it is our gesture to show you that we see you. We appreciate you for what you do every day in your community. All recipients have committed nearly and over 20 years of volunteer service to their community. This is worthy of celebration and bestowing our volunteers’ highest honor in the land, the U.S. Presidential Volunteer Service Award. We want to celebrate them this evening and acknowledge your deeds before your friends, family, constituents, and governing bodies. Again, we say congratulations, but even louder, we say THANK YOU for your service! Please join us for this fantastic evening held in your honor.

We want to tell you thank you so very much!

Covid-19 Safety Alert! By the CDC’s Covid-19 safety measures we are asking that all guests compliers with the mask mandate and temperature check protocol to attend this event. Vaccination is not required, or proof of vaccination is not required to attend. We greatly appreciate your understanding and full cooperation to these guidelines in advance. Disclosure: President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris will not be in attendance for the gala.

Event Point of Contact

Stephanie Ngene, Ed

Dr. Amaka S. Ngene is a highly qualified Education Specialist of over 20 years, serving as an Education Specialist in the United States. Dr. Ngene has excelled at building meaningful relationships with a highly diversified population. She is an expert at performing research, assessments, reporting data findings to support strategic curriculum planning. Dr. Stephanie Ngene was awarded the Year’s Teacher for exemplary contributions serving a highly diversified student population. She received the US President’s Volunteer Service Award recipient for making a difference in her community.