The Kody O’Bear Community Youth Award
The Kody O’Bear Community Youth Award is given to students who give back to their community through volunteerism or for creating projects that support the betterment of their community and/or the world.
Students must be in grades seven through twelve when the award is received. Nominations can be submitted by community members, teachers, or organization leaders. Nominees do not have to be straight “A” students, but should show that they have done their best in school while also having used their talents to make a positive impact for others. Candidates will be selected by a committee of community members. The recipient will receive a certificate, trophy, a photo opportunity with Kody O’Bear for press release, and $250 to be used for their education or for a community project they are working on.
The Kody O’Bear Community Award
Kody O’Bear, through Kody’s Kids Incorporated, has been an ambassador of goodwill for children since 2001. The Kody O’Bear Community Award has been created to honor local businesses and organizations that follow his mission of improving the lives of children. Candidates for this award would be businesses that give back to the community through avenues that affect our youth, such as donating to programs for children or offering programs that showcase children’s talents or volunteerism.
Nominations for the award will be submitted by the public, then reviewed and selected by a committee of community members. Openings for nominations will be announced on these websites: www.Kodyobear.com and www.Kodyskids.org. The recipient will receive a Trophy, Certificate, and a photo opportunity with Kody O’Bear for press release.