Dallas G. Pace, Sr. Humanitarian Award
Announcement of Nominations for the
Anne Arundel County Human Relations Commission
2021 Dallas G. Pace, Sr. Humanitarian Award
- To recognize the achievements of, or contributions made by, any person who has significantly enhanced the realization of Human Relations objectives/goals for the betterment of the people of Anne Arundel County.
- To encourage Anne Arundel County residents of racial, religious, ethnic, and socioeconomic groups to aggressively work toward a better quality of life for the citizens of this county.
- To highlight the outstanding major and minor community benefits which can be derived from the efforts of truly caring citizens who work for those goals through individual initiative.
The award will be presented at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Breakfast (virtual) in January 2022.
- Any individual who makes a significant contribution to promoting human relations in Anne Arundel County.
- Nominee may be any employed or unemployed person, organizational volunteer, County, State or Private industry/business employee, including self-employed persons.
- Nominations must be submitted on the 2021 Entry Form, preferably typewritten.
- Entry forms may be downloaded from the County’s website at https://www.aacounty.org/departments/county-executive/dallas-pace-grant
- Completed nomination forms can be mailed to: The Arundel Center, Attn: Asha Smith, 44 Calvert Street, Annapolis, MD 21401, or emailed to [email protected]. Forms must be RECEIVED by the deadline date.
Selection Criteria and Procedures
- Designated committee composed of Anne Arundel County Human Relations Commission members
Commissioners will review written nominations received on the basis of actual accomplishment; demonstrated devotion and commitment to the community project or program; amount of personal time expended; type of other resources used to achieve the goal; creativity and initiative; overall benefit to the community; and surpassed obstacles to achievement.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: OCTOBER 15, 2021