The Elizabeth Peabody House seeks the public’s help in submitting the names of individuals who have done outstanding work among children and immigrant families in Greater Boston over the last year.
The 4-Who-Care Awards are a benefit where the public is asked to nominate four local champions individuals who will be selected, recognized and their stories shared at a dinner and auction in downtown Boston from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, May 3. The dinner program will be held at The Holiday Inn Boston @ Beacon Hill in the top-floor ballroom overlooking the Charles River and Boston skyline.
The public is asked to go to The Elizabeth Peabody House website at www.teph.org where to submit nominees' names, along with a 200-word or less statement giving strong examples of the outstanding work of the individual among children and immigrant families in Greater Boston (i.e. inside I-495). The deadline for submission is Monday, April 16 by midnight.
The four awards categories include one for a senior citizen (65 or older), a business, a member of the general public (age 64 or younger) and an individual doing the work in either Somerville or Sharon, where The Elizabeth Peabody House maintains campuses.