Multiple Births Canada has always known that it is our volunteers who are at the core of the support MBC offers. Do you know someone who volunteers in the Multiple Births Community and Makes a Difference? Now is your time to acknowledge their passion, their dedication, and their excellence in all that they do and nominate them for a Making A Difference Award handed out annually at the Conference and AGM. MBC could not fulfill its mission of improving the quality of life of Canadian multiple birth individuals and their families without our volunteers. Whether it is someone who is a stellar local volunteer, an organization that has gone over and above to support MBC's mission, or a media person who helps your chapter to highlight your supports and services, we want to hear from you! Nominations for the 2016 MADAs are now open, simply go here to fill out our online nomination form. See below for a new exciting award category.
A few words from one of MBC's past winners on what being acknowledged meant to her - "The only experience better than raising my own twins and their older sister has been the extraordinary joy in helping so many others for so many years. I am grateful for the recognition of this devotion." Lynda P. Haddon, 2012 National MADA Winner.
MBC is always looking for new award committee members. If you would be interested in reading over the nominations and helping to choose the winners, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
MADA Chapter Award!
MBC is pleased to announce the creation of the newest category in the Making a Difference Awards - Chapter Award. MBC invites affiliate chapters to nominate themselves and share with other chapters across the Country something you've done that is innovative and you're proud of. This is where you can toot your own horn and brag about your chapters accomplishments.
The award will go to chapters that have displayed outstanding dedication or have been responsible for outstanding accomplishments of significance to their local multiple births community. Multiple awards may be given based on the size of the chapter membership. Chapters are encouraged to self-nominate by submitting a short write up about a project or event that positively impacted their community, from the link on the MADA page
Posted by Lori Oldfield on May 12, 2016
Are you looking for a new opportunity to use your skills? Do you have a certain expertise you
feel would be helpful to Multiple Births Canada? Do you have some time to commit?
Multiple Births Canada is looking for people to volunteer their skills to support its annual
goals. MBC is seeking people with any of the following skills or interests:
Co-chairs for our support networks
To express your interest, please email your name, contact information and skills you’d like to
offer. Email: email@example.com
MBC looks forward to hearing from you!
Posted by Lori Oldfield on May 05, 2016