Presidential Service Awards

In his 2002 State of the Union address, President George W. Bush issued a challenge to all Americans to make time to help their neighbors, communities, and Nation through service. He created the USA Freedom Corps to help all Americans answer his call to service and help foster a culture of service, citizenship, and responsibility. President Obama has signed a letter of recognition for those qualifying for a presidential service awards. As a result, we are now fulfilling award requests for service hours as indicated here.

Hours spent on this project may be added toward a nomination for the Presidential Service Award. If nominees receive a service award, volunteers will receive 1) An official President’s Volunteer Service Award lapel pin; 2) A personalized certificate of achievement; 3) A congratulatory letter from the President of the United States; 4) A letter from the President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation, 5) A personal letter of recommendation from the Lint Center for future employers.

To sign up, create an account, and track your volunteer service hours, please, visit http://www.presidentialserviceawards.gov.  To create an account all you need to do is follow the four-step easy registration process. You can keep a record of your service update online. The Record of Service Key for Lint Center is CHN-34740.