2010 Recognition of Achievements
The Cancer Foundation is grateful for community members who share in our vision of increasing cancer survivorship right here in our region. Thank you to our countless donors, volunteers and sponsors who make possible everything that we do. We recently had the opportunity to present a few supporters with the following recognitions of achievement.
The Victory Award is presented to individuals who have demonstrated motivation, creativity, and a commitment to cancer survivorship in our community.This award recognizes an ongoing participation in the fight against cancer.
2010 Victory Award Recipients:
Tom Spence, Alterna Do It For Dad. Survivor Ottawa.
The Courage Award is presented to individuals who serve as true champions for cancer survivorship in our community. Through your passion, dedication and determination you are empowering others to join the fight against cancer.
2010 Courage Award Recipients:
/A\ Ottawa, Pink Army. Jeannie Archer, Barry Charlebois,
Jim Palmer and Lynda Palmer.
Par-Tee For A Cure.
Bina Chohan Will Akkermans on behalf of Enbridge
The Survivorship Award is presented to community leaders who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to fundraising and participation in the fight against cancer.This award recognizes a milestone of ongoing excellence as a champion for cancer survivorship in our community.
2010 Survivorship Award Recipients:
Jim Orban on behalf of the Ottawa Citizen The Rotary Club of Ottawa South
The Jack Prior Community Leadership Award is presented to individuals who are active ambassadors in the fight against cancer. Working in partnership with the Cancer Foundation, you are inspiring and engaging others to join the vision of increasing increasing cancer survivorship in our community.
2010 Jack Prior Community Leadership Award recipients: The Winchester Hospital Heelers
Beginning top right: Amy Lynch, Louise de Ruiter, Sue Keeler, Janet Hutt, Marlene Pyper, Cheryl Lynch, Kelly-Anne Cameron, Kate Enright, Christina Enright, Sue Prior and her son Rob Prior (presenting the award named in honour of their late husband and father, Jack Prior), Cancer Foundation Board Chair Guy Legault, Elaine Sarazin, Dawn Cooper, Judy Simser, Tanya Keats, Marlene Quinton, Heather Harper, Diane Crummy, Doris Baker, Joanne Notman.
The President’s Award is awarded to individuals who have made exemplary contributions and have demonstrated outstanding leadership in the fight against cancer. Working in partnership with the Cancer Foundation you share the vision of increasing cancer survivorship in our community by raising funds, identifying gaps in services and serving as a spokesperson for education and awareness.
2010 President's Award Recipients: Brennan Mulcahy and the Mulcahy Family