Human Relations Award
Sponsored by: The Fort Collins Human Relations Commission
Every year the Human Relations Award recognizes those in our community who promote acceptance and respect for diversity in the City of Fort Collins. Nominations are taken in the five different categories outlined below.
About the Award
For over two decades, the Human Relations Award has recognized the outstanding contributions Fort Collins residents have made to minority and disadvantaged citizens in the community. Award recipients have embodied the spirit of inclusiveness, giving and altruism that has made Fort Collins into a better place for all people to live.
The Award has been given on an annual basis in five general categories:
- Police and Emergency Services Award (public service personnel)
- Senior Award (60 years and older)
- Adult Award (19-59 years of age)
- Youth Award (18 & younger)
- Organization (Non-profit and for-profit)
Nominations are taken in all categories throughout the year, the 2020 deadline is Oct. 31, 2020. The nominations request a description of the nominee’s efforts and recommendations. Award recipients will be decided upon by a panel of volunteer judges.
All awardees are invited to the Human Relations Award recognition ceremony, to be held in December. The event, is designed to celebrate the accomplishments of awardees. The awards will be presented by the City of Fort Collins Mayor. Other dignitaries invited include members of the City Council, and other top Fort Collins officials.
Submit a Nomination:
2019 HRA Recipients (left to right):
- Kate Kimble, Police and Emergency Services Award
- Johanna Ulloa Giron, Adult Award
- Delaney McNally, Youth Award
- Kelly Glick, Marcile N. Wood Award
- Jan Harrison, Compass Community Collaborative School, Organization Award
- Mary Ontiveros, Senior Award