Volunteer Recognition Awards Program: John Huether Award for Volunteering Excellence

Volunteer MBC's The V-Oscars - Volunteer Recognition Awards Gala

The John Huether Award for Volunteering Excellence was created in 2010 to honour the late, Mr. John Huether. Mr. Huether's 2007 report, Review of Volunteerism, laid the groundwork for the creation of Volunteer MBC. The inaugural presentation of this award took place at Volunteer MBC's 2011 Annual General Meeting and Inaugural Volunteer Recognition Awards Event held in April 2011.


Eligibility criteria:

This award is in recognition of an individual who:

  • Has demonstrated an exemplary commitment to the voluntary sector through sharing their expertise, skill set and knowledge;
  • Currently resides in the Region of Peel (Mississauga, Brampton, Caledon) or has previously resided during the past year;
  • Supports and mentors others with challenges or issues that they may be experiencing;
  • Devotes an abundance of their time and resources, and is passionate about helping others;
  • Continually demonstrates exceptional leadership through example and is a significant contributor to the team and the community;
  • Has made a significant difference to at least one organization through his/her leadership efforts.