President’s Volunteer Service Award

Thousands of people volunteer and their hours of service add up.  The President’s Volunteer Service Award (PVSA) is a great way to be honored for your help and dedication.

Award Criteria
The award is based on the number of volunteer hours served by child, adults or groups over specific amounts of time: 12 months or a lifetime.  There are Bronze, Silver and Gold (annual) awards as well as a "Call to Service" lifetime award.

What do award recipient's receive?
The award package typically includes a pin, personalized certificate and congratulatory letter from President Barack Obama.


Who can give the award?
Non-profit organizations, schools, civic and faith-based groups, businesses and government entities that are PVSA Certifying Organizations present the award to recipients.

Become a Certifying Organization
There is no cost for an organization to become a Certifying Organization.  If an organization you help is not a PVSA Certifying Organization, ask it to
sign up today. 

Cost

President’s Volunteer Service Awards conferred by Centifying Organizations do cost them a small amount of money.  This is a very cost efficient way to thank dedicated volunteers.