The Steven Worby Community Award is a $5000 award presented to a youth group or team that completes a project or service that serves the community or an individual in Halton Hills.
ELIGIBILTY: Must be a youth team or youth group operating in Halton Hills.
About Steven Worby
Steven unexpectedly passed away on November 18th, 2019 in his 30th year. Steven had a tremendous impact on so many people. Steven’s hard work, positivity, selflessness, strength, protection, and willingness to help anyone in need was truly admired by his friends and family. Steven had such a zest for life and was always smiling. Steven loved playing hockey in the winter and golf in the summer.
About The Community Foundation of Halton North
The Community Foundation of Halton North (CFNH) is non-profit charitable organization. CFHN is managed by a volunteer Board of Directors comprised of representatives from across the communities that make up Halton North. CFHN is one of 191 Community Foundations in cities, towns and rural areas across the nation. Community Foundations does not represent any one charity or area of interest, it represents community.
About Community Development Halton
The primary purpose of Community Development Halton (CDH) is to build and strengthen the community of Halton. It focuses on the social impact of larger social, economic, political and cultural forces on individuals, families and the broad community. CDH is committed to social development as a desired state of community well-being and social change as a continual process towards achieving and sustaining social development for everyone in the community.
Application new deadline:
Monday November 1st, 2021 11:59 p.m.
Please email applications to: Slawrenson@cfhn.ca
Title the email: Steven Worby Community Award – Proposal
Also see Steven Worby Access and Mobility Award, a $5000 award presented to an individual towards the cost of modifying a business, home, or vehicle to allow access, mobility or upgraded technology for physically-challenged individuals in Halton Hills.