Nominate Your Hero Online
Every day ordinary people make extraordinary contributions by putting their needs aside to help others in our community.
The Annual Heroes Breakfast will highlight the values of courage, initiative, compassion, personal responsibility, and humanity which underlie heroic actions which save lives and/or demonstrate an unusual degree of unselfish character. Money raised from the event will support services that are offered free of charge by the American Red Cross in Madison County.
The American Red Cross of Scioto Valley will be honoring our heroes on June 19th, 2014. If you would like to submit a nomination for someone to be recognized as a Hero, please check out the link to our online form below or download a PDF and send in to the chapter office.
Award Categories include:Adult Hero: Presented to an ordinary citizen above the age of 18, for an extraordinary act of heroism or courage. This individual may have committed a act with no expectation or recognition, performed a community service, gave back in some way or has a history of helping others.Youth Hero: Presented to an ordinary citizen 17 years or younger, for an extraordinary act of heroism or courage. This individual may have committed an act with no expectation or recognition, performed a community service, gave back in some way or has a history of helping others.Education Hero: Any grade school, high school, college or university educator or education advocate who has made an extraordinary difference in the life of a child or adolescent.Workplace Hero: Committed a heroic act that helped save or dramatically impact the life of another individual(s) or coworker. This person has gone above and beyond the expectations and responsibilities of their position.Lifetime Achievement Hero: A mature individual with a long-standing commitment of service to the community or others. Possibilities include: a leader, volunteer, civil servant, retired, reserve or active member of the armed forces.