Virginia Living Museum Recognizes Volunteers

by CoVaBizMag

The Virginia Living Museum held its annual Volunteer Recognition Banquet on Aug. 17. VLM recognized valued volunteers for special recognition, including hours of service, years of service and the Gloria Lombardi Award, which acknowledges lifetime achievement and significant and sustained service to the museum.

The Virginia Living Museum’s volunteer corps provided 40,334 service hours valued at $850,000 and was named third in the nation among like Association of Zoos & Aquariums institutions.

VLM also announced its recertification for the next three years as a Service Enterprise by Points of Light, the world’s largest organization dedicated to volunteer service. With this certification, VLM joins a prestigious group of nonprofits that are committed to effectively delivering their missions by strategically engaging volunteer time and talent.

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