NAIFA-Pennsylvania has three major awards: the Keystone Award, the Scott D. Jackson Volunteer of the Year Award and the Humanitarian of the Year Award. These awards are most often given in the Fall, in conjunction with the Annual Meeting.
The Keystone Award is NAIFA-Pennsylvania’s Highest Award. Nominations are made and approved by the Executive Committee and the award is given to the NAIFA volunteer who has made the greatest contributions on the national, state and local levels. These contributions would include advancing the Industry as a whole, NAIFA chapters and local communities and organizations. This award is often given to past state and local presidents.
The Scott D. Jackson Volunteer of the Year Award is named for a former association executive, who excelled in working with our volunteers. This award recognized contributions made, many times behind the scenes, by NAIFA volunteers who go “above and beyond” in service of their professional association. The Awards Committee receives nominations for this award and makes the selection of the winner.
The Humanitarian of the Year Award recognizes contributions made to causes or interests that promote human welfare. The Award may recognize a member of NAIFA or a community member who has come to the attention of our members during their work in local communities. The Awards Committee receives nominations for this award and makes the selection of the winner.