Community Boards provides a citywide array of conflict resolution services: mediation, conflict coaching, facilitation, and training. Our Neighborhood Mediation Program is the oldest public mediation service in the U.S.
We need your assistance nominating peacemakers for the 9th Annual San Francisco Peacemaker Awards.
Our three awards honor an individual, a youth, and an organization for their contributions in making San Francisco communities safer and healthier places to live and work through conflict resolution, violence prevention services, or public education activities. Learn more here about previous San Francisco Peacemaker Award winners.
You may make multiple nominations. However, you will need to submit separate forms to nominate more than one person or organization for the same award.
We eagerly await your responses. Thank you in advance for your help!
Nominations deadline: Friday, March 29, 2019.
The Raymond Shonholtz Visionary Peacemaker Award
The Raymond Shonholtz Visionary Peacemaker Award for an outstanding individual who has made significant contributions to peacemaking, community building, and anti-violence work in her or his respective San Francisco community.
The Gail Sadalla Rising Peacemaker Award for a youth, age 12-24, who is making a difference in his or her school/community and is setting an example for other youth in anti-violence and peacemaking activities.
The Community Boards Leadership Peacemaker Award for an organization that has established a meaningful track record in contributing to community building and peacemaking in San Francisco.