Voting has been extended to through this Friday, May 24, in a contest that many San Diego Unified schools, and other schools across the county, are participating in, the Donornation.org/Sprouts Farmers Market School Volunteer of the Year award.
To vote for your favorite school's favorite volunteer, go to
schoolvolunteeraward.org and vote for two candidates. Among the San
Diego Unified schools participating are: Alcott, Angier, Carver,
Cherokee Point, Chollas-Mead, Curie, EB Scripps, Franklin, Gage, Dewey
and Kimbrough elementary schools. Bell, Challenger, Dana, Mann and
Standley are among the middle schools participating. The high school
list includes University City, Madison and Morse.
The Grand Prize Winner’s school will receive a $5,000 donation in the
winner’s name from DonorNation. In addition, the winner will also
receive $100 in groceries per week for 52 weeks from Sprouts Farmers
Market. The First Runner-up’s school will receive, in the winner’s name,
a $2,500 donation from DonorNation. Additionally, the winner will
receive $100 per week for 26 weeks from Sprouts Farmers Market. The
Second Runner-up’s school will receive, in the winner’s name, a $1,500
donation from DonorNation. Additionally, the winner will receive from
$100 per week in groceries for 13 weeks Sprouts Farmers Market.
After the public voting phase ends, a Selection Committee consisting
of prominent San Diego residents, will review the field of submissions
and identify a Grand Prize Winner, First Runner-up and Second Runner-up.
We will be announcing the names of the Selection Committee later this
Good luck to all the volunteers and schools!