2021 Community Gratitude
First Call's Annual Community Gratitude Luncheon celebrates those who work tirelessly to reduce the impact of alcohol, drugs and addiction by recognizing champions in the field. All nominations must be submitted by December 10, 2020.
*Family members of First Call employees are not eligible for consideration.
* Please note: Philanthropist of the Year and Volunteer of the Year honorees are selected by an internal committee voting process at First Call.
Lifetime Achievement: A person who has dedicated their longstanding career to work in the substance use disorder treatment, recovery or prevention fields.
Professional of the Year: A person who is committed to providing quality direct services in the substance use disorder treatment or prevention fields.
Recovery Champion: A person who has reduced stigma and improved access to recovery through peer support, advocacy or public policy change.
Youth of the Year: A youth advocate working to prevent substance use and reduce substance misuse in the community.
Philanthropist of the Year: A funder whose consistent support has had a significant impact on First Call programs and operations.
Volunteer of the Year: An individual whose generosity with resources and experience has a significant impact on First Call programs and operations.