Awards

Two particular awards we are proud to be involved with include the Bob Mills Leadership Awared, and the Trudie McLaren Volunteer Award of Excellence. Below are further descriptions of each award, as well as a list of past recipients.

Have someone you want to nominate for an award? Fill out the form below. Deadline is May 15th, 2017.

Bob Mills Leadership Award (Formerly the Community Service Award)
“Recognizing Leadership in the Fight Against HIV and AIDS”
The purpose of the Bob Mills Leadership Award is to recognize individuals, groups of individuals or organizations that have individually or collectively made a difference in the fight against HIV and AIDS in the greater Edmonton area.

The HIV Edmonton Community Leadership Award was first given out in 1988 by the AIDS Network of Edmonton. It was presented to the Hon. Jim Dinning for his contributions and efforts in the area of AIDS in the Edmonton community.

Trudie McLaren Volunteer Award
“Recognizing Volunteerism in the Fight Against HIV and AIDS”
The purpose of the Volunteer Award of Excellence is to recognize individuals, groups of individuals or organizations that have individually or collectively made a difference through volunteering in the fight against HIV and AIDS in the greater Edmonton area.

The HIV Edmonton Volunteer Award of Excellence was first given out in 2006 by the AIDS Network of Edmonton. It was presented to Trudie McLaren for her contributions and efforts in volunteering as HIV Edmonton’s archivist for 14 years. The following year, the name of the award was changed to reflect Trudie’s outstanding and significant contributions.

Nomination Form