Volunteer Appreciation Event 2019
Thank you, GE Johnson for your generous support of this event!
Our 2019 Volunteer Appreciation Event was presented on April 11, 2019.
In observance of this 2019's National Volunteer Week (April 7th - 13th, 2019), we looked back at 2018 and celebrated volunteers for all the work they did with us to build homes and transform lives through affordable homeownership.
Please read below to learn about the awards and winners from 2019's event.
David Warner, former PPHFH Board President, with Harry Moore, Award Winner
Millard Fuller Award
The volunteer who demonstrates leadership, going above and beyond the call of duty, and who exemplifies asking others to get involved.
(voted on by the PPHFH Board of Directors & Staff, Construction & ReStore Committees, and Volunteers)
Millard Fuller Award Recipient: Harry Moore
Kris Lewis, PPHFH Executive Director/CEO (left) with Joel Hamilton, Award Winner (right)
Linda Fuller Award
The volunteer who does an outstanding job in working with our partner families, and exemplifies compassion and devotion for our Habitat partner families during and after their path to homeownership.
(voted on by the PPHFH Board of Directors, Affiliate Committees, Volunteers, and Staff)
Linda Fuller Award Recipients: Joel Hamilton
(From left to right) Kris Lewis, PPHFH Executive Director/CEO, Barry Mullane, Award Winner, and Jeff White, PPHFH Chief Operating Officer
The volunteer who has made a long-term commitment to Habitat and performs vital behind-the-scenes work for our affiliate, and is ready and willing to do whatever is needed to keep Habitat running smoothly.
(Voted on by PPHFH Staff)
Journeyman Award Recipient: Barry Mullane
(From left to right) Kris Lewis, PPHFH Executive Director/CEO, representatives from the USAFA Preparatory School, Award Winners, and David Warner, former PPHFH Board President
Volunteer Group of the Year
The volunteer group who volunteers frequently at our Habitat construction site. Not only does this group demonstrate outstanding construction ability, but this group also displays spirit and devotion to building Habitat homes.
(Construction award voted on by Construction Volunteers and Staff)
Construction Volunteer Group of the Year: USAFA Preparatory School
(From left to right) Kris Lewis, PPHFH Executive Director/CEO, representatives from the Mile High Youth Corps, Award Winners, and David Warner, former PPHFH Board President
Volunteer Group of the Year
The volunteer group who volunteers frequently at our Habitat ReStore. Not only does this group demonstrate outstanding retail ability, but this group also displays spirit and devotion to building Habitat homes.
(ReStore award voted on by ReStore Volunteers and Staff)
ReStore Volunteer Group of the Year: Mile High Youth Corps
(From left to right) Kris Lewis, PPHFH Executive Director/CEO, Ryan Mohling, Award Winner, and David Warner, former PPHFH Board President
The Chris Brownlow Golden Hammer Award
This award is named in honor of Chris Brownlow and is presented to the individual who displays the joyful and loving qualities Chris consistently demonstrated. These characteristics include strong leadership, always performing work with joy and a positive attitude, having a servant spirit and conducting him or herself in a manner that is synonymous with the philosophy of Habitat for Humanity both within and outside of the organization.
(Voted on by PPHFH Board of Directors)
Chris Brownlow Golden Hammer Award Recipient: Ryan Mohling
The George Hammond Award
The George Hammond Award honors individuals who, through their tireless service to PPHFH, have exhibited qualities of leadership, an unwavering belief in Habitat’s ministry, as well as demonstrated a deep devotion and passion to serve the community and people of El Paso County, Colorado.
For more than 25 years, George Hammond has been the committed builder of homes, communities, and hope in El Paso County. This award will henceforth recognize and be bestowed upon those volunteers that, in the PPHFH George Hammond Award Board of Director ad-hoc committee’s opinion, have significantly given of themselves and provided positive mentoring, guidance, support and collaboration to future homeowners, volunteers, and affiliate staff.
A recipient of the George Hammond Award is a volunteer who truly is noteworthy for their constant contributions to the mission of PPHFH - a constant supporter, a constant advocate and, most importantly, a constant leader.
(Voted on by the PPHFH George Hammond Award Board of Director ad-hoc committee)
George Hammond Award Recipient: No recipient in 2019