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Corcoran Awards Luncheon
May 13th at Noon located at Easton Hilton
To purchase tickets, please contact Debb Huff at 252-0731 ext. 1132 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Established in 2007, the Corcoran Awards recognize community leaders who are making outstanding contributions in the areas of service for which the award's namesake, Monsignor Lawrence Corcoran, P.A., is best known.
Monsignor Lawrence Corcoran
Monsignor Corcoran’s distinguished career spanned several decades and included work at the national, state and local levels in the areas of education, social justice and mental health. At the national level, he served as President of Catholic Charities USA helping to lead its efforts to impact public policy and embrace social justice causes. He participated on the front lines of the civil rights movement in 1965; taking part in the final days of the Selma marches. Locally he is credited as a founder of several social service agencies including Maryhaven and Diocesan Child Guidance Center, which merged with St. Vincent Children’s Center in 1996 to become St. Vincent Family Center.
Celebrating the life’s work of Monsignor Lawrence Corcoran, our founder and friend, St. Vincent Family Center honors five persons working in the fields of: Behavioral Health, Childrens Causes, Education, Social Justice and Catholic Causes. The awards will be presented during the annual luncheon honoring the recipients. In addition to the Corcoran Awards being received, another award is also given to a special corporation for its work with St. Vincent Family Center.
If you would like to nominate someone for the Corcoran Awards, please click on the link below.
Additional content may be added to the nomination form, but, nominations shoudl be no more than three (3) pages in length. Nominations can be submitted at any time; those received after the deadline will be considered for awards the following year.
The nominees must be persons who show outstanding involvement and measureable impact as a result of their individual efforts to advance one of the five causes and an appreciable impact on the community. Individuals nominated for an award must be in good standing in the Central Ohio community and meet all criteria. A Committee of community leaders will review the nomination forms and chose a candidate for each catagory. Nominees must be present at the Awards luncheon.