The Pinkie W. Smith Award for Excellence in Volunteerism was established in 1998 to commemorate the exemplary service and dedication to volunteering that was so evident in the life of Pinkie Smith. The recipient is an “unsung hero” who consistently performs above the average League requirements, demonstrates excellence in her volunteer work, and shows a selfless dedication and loyalty to the Junior League of Richmond.
The Barbara Ransome Andrews Award, given for outstanding community service and commitment, is named for one of our most esteemed and beloved members. Barbara Andrews, President of the Junior League in 1963-64, represented the very best qualities of a Junior League member and will be an inspiration to future generations. This award is given to the person who demonstrates outstanding commitment to the community and the Junior League of Richmond through volunteer activities.
The Community Volunteerism Award for Excellence in Volunteerism is given to an “unsung hero” who consistently performs above the average League requirements, demonstrates excellence in her volunteer work, and has a great impact on the community.