President's Volunteer Service Award Recognition

President's Volunteer Service AwardsThe President’s Volunteer Service Award was started by the President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation in 2003 as a way to thank and honor Americans young and old (ages 5+) who, by example, inspire others to engage in volunteer service.

Recipients receive:

Along with the ultimate honor of presidential recognition, having documentation of such an accomplishment is helpful when applying for jobs, applying for college, providing proof for high school volunteerism requirments, or for pageant community service paperwork.

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Snowflake Pageant is an official certifying organization for the President's Volunteer Service Award and we want to encourage more people, especially children, to engage in the spirit of volunteerism that makes this country so great. We are happy to help anyone register an account with PVSA to record ANY volunteer service work (not just through Snowflake Pageant) and have created a page with simple step by step instructions on how to sign up on the PVSA website to help you get started.

Or, you can have us create an account for you when you register for a recognition event.

Youth Service Award Banquet Hosted by Snowflake Pageant

Sunday evening, July 23rd, Snowflake Pageant will host a semi-formal dinner banquet to recognize and celebrate community service volunteers. The focus of the event will be for young people ages 5-25, but parents and family members interested in joining in on the fun may sign up for recognition as well. For more details, please visit our PVSA Banquet page.

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