Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods honored some outstanding community members and organizations in January.
The 2021 S.E.E.D. Awards Program recipients were recognized during virtual presentation on Jan. 6.
This is the second year for the S.E.E.D. Awards Program. The program exists to help organizations meet immediate funding needs for smaller projects that encourage civic entrepreneurship and/or promote neighborhood engagement. To be awarded S.E.E.D. funding, a project must enhance the greater Capitol Hill community and align with CHUN’s mission and values. S.E.E.D. is an acronym for Smart development, Enrichment, Environmental sustainability, and Diversity in the community.
The Good Neighbor Awards is a longtime program of CHUN. This award recognizes nonprofit organizations, individuals or businesses for outstanding contributions to the greater Capitol Hill community. Good Neighbor Award recipients were recognized on Jan. 27 during CHUN’s annual membership meeting, which took place virtually.
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