The Peter R. Marsh Foundation recognizes that private citizens who selflessly and quietly serve others in need within their communities are indeed the most valuable citizens. Therefore, the Foundation has established the Silent Servant Honorarium Program to recognize and award those individuals within their community who serve others as a Silent Servant.
WHO IS A SILENT SERVANT? A Silent Servant is someone who independently and quietly gives of themselves to others in need without receiving any monetary or material reward in return.
PURPOSE OF SILENT SERVANT AWARD
To identify and recognize individuals who serve others as a Silent Servant.
To encourage the Silent Servants to continue and even expand their service to others.
To inspire others to experience the personal fulfillment of living as a Silent Servant.
A permanent residence of a Silent Servant nominee must be within the states of Washington or Oregon.
Nominees must independently and voluntarily provide service to others without compensation of any kind.
A nominee's service may not in any way be associated with his or her place of employment.
THE AWARD Nominees who are selected to receive a Silent Servant Award will receive a recognition certificate, a modest financial reward and public recognition.
HOW TO NOMINATE A SILENT SERVANT A person wishing to submit a nomination for a Silent Servant Award should contact the Peter R. Marsh Foundation Program Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org for nomination instructions. Nomination applications are reviewed monthly.