Five criteria are used to determine the winners: the Dublin Integrity in Action's 10 characteristics ("Responsibility, Respectfulness, Caring, Giving, Positive Attitude, Trustworthiness, Cooperation, Doing One's Best, Honesty and Self-Discipline"); the activity or project's originality and uniqueness; its overall relevance and importance to the Dublin community; the amount of time and effort spent; and any challenges faced completing it.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, nominees and winners will be recognized during a virtual Volunteer Recognition Ceremony on April 28. A $500 cash prize will be given to the Organization of the Year, and a $300 donation will be made to both the Citizen and Young Citizen of the Year's favorite nonprofit organization.
Nominations are due Feb. 5 at 5 p.m., and can be completed online at dublin.ca.gov/vre.
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