It is Kate Award season at No Limits Eastern Shore Brain Injury Services again! The Kathleen W. Richardson Citizenship Award honors area high school students (including home-schoolers) who SHOW us – in pictures – how they help our community. It’s not about grades, it’s about citizenship!
The Kate Award is a citizenship award developed in memory of Kathleen Walsh Richardson, a founding member of No Limits who was a dedicated community volunteer. The Kate Award is open to high school students on the Eastern Shore who demonstrate good citizenship through community volunteerism. The First Place Award includes a $350 cash prize. To obtain an application, and to learn more about this award, click here: https://nolimitseasternshore.com/the-kate-award/
OR contact us directly via Facebook, email, or phone!
The Kathleen Walsh Richardson Citizenship Award
The 2021 Kathleen Walsh Richardson Citizenship Award application window is open from 01/15/2021 through 02/28/2021
2021 Applications can be downloaded by clicking on one of the following 2 links:
Kathleen Walsh Richardson Citizenship Award 2021 (Word Document)
Kathleen Walsh Richardson Citizenship Award 2021 (PDF File)
Applications may also be picked up in person. Please call (757) 789-3990 in advance to have an application prepared for you to pick up. Staff will bring in-person applications to your vehicle upon arrival to our building.
In 2020 there were 4 first place winners selected!