Call for Nominations for SeniorLAW Center Awards

SeniorLAW Center will be honoring the extraordinary efforts of several award recipients at our annual gala, SeniorPROM 2011, on Friday April 1, 2011 at The Westin Philadelphia.

SeniorPROM Sponsorship Opportunities:
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We invite everyone to help us honor those whose contributions have supported and advanced our mission of protecting the rights and interests of older Pennsylvanians by nominating those who you believe are deserving of the following awards:

Partner of the Year
An organization, corporation or law firm that has collaborated and partnered with SeniorLAW Center in outstanding ways to protect and promote the rights of older Pennsylvanians and further SeniorLAW Center's mission.

Volunteer of the Year
An individual (attorney or non-attorney) who has made exceptional volunteer efforts and demonstrated outstanding commitment to serving the needs of SeniorLAW Center's clients.

Senior Champion/Advocate of the Year
An individual or entity that has demonstrated leadership in championing and advocating for rights of seniors (and their communities) and have made significant impact in improving and enriching their lives.

Nomination Process and Deadline

Submit your nomination and all requested information on the nomination form (see attached) no later than 5:00 PM on Monday February 7, 2011. All those who have submitted a nomination will be contacted regarding the status of their nominee by March 2011. All nominations shall remain confidential until a decision has been made. Questions? Contact Karen Buck, Executive Director, at

Submit your completed nomination form to and put in subject line “Award Nomination”.

Award Nomination Form (SeniorPROM 2011)

Award Nomination Form (SeniorPROM 2011)

To become a sponsor of the SeniorPROM or purchase tickets contact Larry Felzer at or (215) 701-3203 or order online:

Type of ticket or partnership level


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