Southern Tier Nominate Your Hero

Ordinary People, Extraordinary Acts

Thank you for taking the time to honor a local hero with your nomination for the 2014 Real Heroes Breakfast. Please take a few moments to fill out the form below for your nomination, or if you would prefer to mail in your nomination, please download the form.

Each year our Real Heroes Breakfast allows us to honor heroes who have performed extraordinary feats of courage and who are honored in the following award categories:

Adult Good Samaritan: Presented to an ordinary citizen who used life-saving skills to save the life of another (age 21 and older)
Animal Rescue: Presented to the family of a pet who was instrumental in saving a life, or an ordinary citizen who was instrumental in saving an animal’s life
Blood Donor: Presented to an ordinary citizen who has helped save countless lives with blood donations
Education: Presented to an educator who used life-saving training to save the life of another
Fire Rescue: Presented to a firefighter, volunteer or paid, whose life-saving actions exemplify the very highest standards of their calling
Good Neighbor: Presented to an ordinary citizen or professional rescuer involved in rescuing a person from a life-threatening situation
Law Enforcement: Presented to a law enforcement officer whose life-saving action exemplifies the very highest standards of their calling
Lifeline/9-1-1: Presented to a 9-1-1 dispatcher who exemplifies the highest standards of their calling or an ordinary citizen who was involved in saving the life of a person by utilizing 9-1-1 Emergency Communications.
Medical: Presented to a medical professional, an organization, or an ordinary citizen whose life-saving action exemplifies the very highest standards of their calling
Military: Presented to a member of the Armed Forces (active or retired, commissioned or noncommissioned) whose life-saving actions exemplify the very highest standards of their calling
Workplace Safety: Presented to a business owner, manager or employee whose preparedness or life-saving action exemplifies the very highest standards of their calling
Youth Good Samaritan: Presented to an ordinary citizen who used life-saving skills to save the life of another (age 20 and under)