Children’s Village is honoring the men and women who champion health care for children with special needs at the second, bi-annual Promise Awards on Nov. 14, 2013.
The Promise Awards were created to honor those who help to fulfill the promise that no child will go without the vital services he or she needs – a vision that is becoming a lasting legacy at Children’s Village. The event is fashioned after the Oscar’s with nominees solicited from parents, staff, community leaders and CV advocates. A board of key stakeholders selected the winners based on the number of votes/nominations they received.
The top nominees were invited to the event, where the winners will be announced before the live audience.
CHILDREN’S VILLAGE PROMISE AWARDS
Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013
5:00 pm – 5:45 p.m. social
6:00 pm program begins
4th Street Theatre, 14 S. 4th St., Yakima
The event will honor individuals and organizations with outstanding service in the following categories:
Champion of Clinical Care – Presented by Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic
- Leadership in Children’s Health Care — Presented by Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital
- Visionary Volunteer — Presented by Parent to Parent
- Youth Engagement — Presented by Memorial YouthWorks
- Corporate Community Energizer — Presented by Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals®
- Distinguished Philanthropist — Presented by The Memorial Foundation
As an added twist this year, the Master of Ceremonies will feature The Kids on the Block Puppeteers, with special guest Miss Washington, Reina Almon. Wines will be featured by Gilbert Cellars, AntoLin Cellars, and Kana Winery. Microbeers are featured by Yakima Craft Brewing Company.
The public is invited to attend the event. Tickets are $100 per person, of which $65 is tax deductible, and include heavy hors d’oeuvres and drinks. Tickets or tables can also be purchased and donated back to Children’s Village families and staff unable to purchase tickets on their own. Proceeds support programs and services at Children’s Village. Limited seating is available. RSVP by calling (509) 575-8008 or at https://nc.memfound.org/promiseawards2013.
What is Children’s Village?
Children’s Village provides more than 30 different services to children with special health care needs and their families. Services include medical specialty clinics, development evaluations, dental services, occupational and speech therapy, mental health counseling, education services, care resource coordinators and physical therapies.
How do I know if my child might benefit from services at Children’s Village?
If you have a concern about your child’s development, talk to your primary care physician about a referral or start by taking a simple online developmental evaluation at yakimachildrensvillage.org/developmental-screenings.asp or call Children’s Village at (509) 574-3200 or (800) 745-1077.
What are the Promise Awards?
The Promise Awards were created to honor those who help to fulfill the promise that no child will go without the vital services he or she needs. The event honors individuals and organizations with outstanding service in several categories, including leadership in children’s health care, youth engagement and visionary volunteer work.