World Kindness Day Search is Complete - Thirty Female Entrepreneurs are Honored with Presidential Service Awards

The key to unlocking the light within us is to ensure that people feel empowered to act on their unique desire to stand up and say "I can help".
By: Sharon Doyle
 
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World Kindness Day Awards
World Kindness Day Awards
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - Nov. 11, 2020 - PRLog -- The challenges facing the world today are far reaching and complex and the solutions often feel out of reach. To tackle life's greatest challenges and build a better future we must engage a wide range of people to make a positive difference in the world. This is why 27 countries, including the United States, recognize  World Kindness Day on November 13th. As a collective they believe that they are at the dawn of a new civil century, an age when people become the driving force that transforms our world. They believe that when future generations look back on this time they will see it was an era of sustained, meaningful civil engagement towards world kindness.

Robbie Motter, the Gobal Society for Female Entrepreneurs Network President, said, "Every year we honor a variety of female entrepreneurs and community leaders for their hard work and dedication to volunteering in their communities. World Kindness Day is an excellent way to honor these amazing female entrepreneurs."

Each honoree will receive either a Gold, Silver or Bronze Presidential medal,  a Certificate and Letter of Appreciation from the White House, as well as certificates from congressional dignitaries and local dignitaries. A private ceremony will be held for the following honorees:
   Directors (Gold Medal) - Sharon Doyle, Joan Wakeland, Sandie Fuenty, Diana Londyn, Robbie Motter, Tammra Graves, AnGele Cade, Angeline Benjamin, Angela Covany, Terry Lea Hoard
   Co-Directors (Silver Medal) - Lisa Sanfilippo, Lori Raupe, Ilja Haverkorn, Debbie Love, Nanciann Horvath, Shelly Rufin
   Network Winners (Bronze Medal) - Eunice Delfin, Sherill Franklin, Katherine Orho, Cynthia Rittenhouse, Susie Mierzwik, Nicole Douglas, Gigi Mindreau-Banks, Rosalyn Kahn, Caprice Crebar, Marcy Decato, Joan Rudder-Ward, Deborah Thorne
   Service Winners - Jean Olexa and Reanna Ritter

A Kindness Basket was put together by local businesses to honor these women. We would like to acknowledge them and their very generous donations, especially Artist Patrick Carney (https://www.facebook.com/patrick.carney) who created numbered lithographs for each honoree. A special Thank You goes to these business owners and community leaders: Kaila Oliver - Sun Kissd (https://www.sunkissdbyk.com), Eunice Delfin - Uniquely Fresh, Jennifer Ember - The Little Pageant Shop, Lisa Sanfilippo - Acceptance Recovery Center (www.acceptancerecoverycenter.com), Kara Maldonado - Rey of Lite Cryo (https://www.myreyoflite.com), Leaine Dehmer (www.leainedehmer.com), Sharon Doyle - The Love Records (http://theloverecords.com).

GSFE Website:  www.globalsocietyforfemaleentrepreneurs.org

Link to World Kindness Day Video:  https://youtu.be/TB6SEdKtAC8



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