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Excelsior Springs SAFE

Community Champion Award

A Monthly Award to Recognize Asset-Builders in our Community

SAFE awards the Excelsior Springs SAFE Community Champion Award each month to one adult who is an Asset-Builder in the lives of youth in our community. This award is based on the 40 Developmental Assets identified by the Search Institute. If you would like to learn more about the Asset Framework and the impact of Developmental Assets in the lives of youth, go here!

 
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NOMINATE AN ASSET-BUILDER TODAY!

MARCH'S ASSET OF THE MONTH: SERVICE TO OTHERS 

WE WOULD LIKE TO HONOR AN ADULT WHO INSPIRES KIDS/TEENS TO SERVE OTHERS. 

If you know of an adult who improves the lives of local Excelsior youth by displaying the asset of the month, nominate them for the SAFE Community Champion Award!


Fill out the nomination form and submit it online.

Winners will receive online recognition as well as a token of appreciation.

We are thankful for adults who work to be positive influences in the lives of youth!

Find out more about our Asset of the Month by clicking on the Online Nomination Form Below.

 

Previous Community Champion Award Winners

February 2020 Community Champion:
Taran Svoboda

February Asset: Caring Neighbor

This month will wanted to honor a neighbor who makes an extra effort to support and care for the young people in their neighborhood. An important asset for young people to thrive is to feel the support of caring adults, even beyond their immediate family.

Congratulations, Taran!

January 2020 Community Champion:
Cheryl Bailey

January Asset: Adults who inspire children and teens to read for pleasure.


Reading for pleasure positively influences a young person's development and helps them become a responsible and productive adult.


Congratulations, Cheryl!

December 2019 Community Champion:
Kayla Stone, Student Council Sponsor and 3rd Grade Teacher at Lewis Elementary

December Asset: Adult leaders and coaches of youth programs

Youth who spend 3 or more hours per week participating in youth programs such as sports, clubs, or other organizations learn valuable skills to last a lifetime. The adults who lead these programs are invaluable!

Congratulations, Kayla!

November 2019 Community Champion:
Hillary Mullin

November Asset: Positive Adult Role Model


Adult role models demonstrate positive, responsible behavior. They have high standards for themselves and adhere to them even when it's not easy. 

Congratulations, Hillary!