Celebrating Community Heroes: 2024 Women Volunteer Award
Welcome to the 2024 Women Volunteer Award, a cornerstone of the Junior League of Monmouth County’s (JLMC) commitment to recognizing the unsung heroines in our community. This award shines a spotlight on remarkable women who dedicate their time, energy, and talents to making Monmouth County a better place.
Congratulations to Our 2023 Winner, Amy Brogan!
Last year, we were honored to recognize Amy Brogan from Holiday Express for her extraordinary commitment to community service. Amy’s tireless efforts and compassionate spirit embody the true essence of volunteerism.
About the Award:
The Women Volunteer Award, started in 2014, celebrates the powerful impact of volunteer work by women in our community. Each year, we are inspired by the stories of dedication and selflessness that these women bring to light.
2024 Award Ceremony Details:
Date: April 26, 2024
Join us for an afternoon of recognition and inspiration as we honor the 2024 awardees. The event promises to be a memorable one, filled with stories of hope, perseverance, and community spirit.
Know a woman who is making a difference in Monmouth County? We invite you to nominate her for the 2024 Women Volunteer Award. Details are to be announced in December 2023.
The Women Volunteer Award is made possible through the generous support of our community partners. Sponsorship opportunities for this event are to be announced in December 2023.
2023 WMAD JLMC COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER AWARD WINNER
Amy Brogan from Holiday Express
The Holiday Express mission is to deliver music, food, gifts, financial support and friendship to those with the greatest need for the gift of human kindness.
2019 WMAD JLMC COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER AWARD WINNER
Elga Chen-Hill from Fulfill
Fulfill’s mission is to alleviate hunger and build food security in Monmouth & Ocean Counties and to make sure that all people at all times have access to enough nutritious food to maintain an active and healthy life.
2018 WMAD JLMC COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER AWARD WINNER
Kelli O'Brien from Care to Give Council
Care to Give is powered by women who seek to serve and improve their community. For over 90 years a diverse group of women from Red Bank and the surrounding towns have come together to serve the community of Riverview Medical Center.
2017 WMAD JLMC COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER AWARD WINNER
Kate Okeson from Make It Better for Youth
The Monmouth County Consortium for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning Youth is a non-profit organization of concerned and determined educators, community leaders, arts and cultural organizations, businesses and individuals who are are pooling resources and ideas to make it better with education, outreach, and social opportunities for our LGBTQ youth.
2016 WMAD JLMC COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER AWARD WINNER
Arlene Lospinoso from Family & Children's Service