2014-2015 PEH Academy Trainings

October Trainings



Do you know of an organization that exhibits true leadership through working hard to end homelessness in Guilford County?  Or maybe you’ve worked with a local business that has shown strong support toward addressing issues related to homelessness? Perhaps you know an individual who exemplifies true servant leadership in the effort to end homelessness.

Partners Ending Homelessness is accepting award nominations for the following:

The 2014 Nehemiah Award (agency or nonprofit award)

Nehemiah was a re-builder. He rebuilt the walls around Jerusalem to restore that city in 52 days, a feat that required great skill, energy and dedication. This organization is a true leader in the community and has embraced the issue of homelessness.

The 2014 Time Counts Award (local business award)

This award recognizes the important contributions made in support of our efforts to end homelessness by a local business. Time is of the essence and this partner has recognized the importance of making every minute count as we race against the clock to improve the quality of life for all our neighbors.

The 2014 David S. Miller Servant Leadership Award (individual award)

A very simple definition of the term “servant” is one who helps others. To serve means to assist or help, to answer the needs of another. This individual is a true servant leader in helping us find a solution to homelessness in our community.

Nominations are due by October 10th at 5PM. Award winners will be announced at the Partners Ending Homelessness Annual Meeting on October 24th.


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