President’s Call to Service Award

///President’s Call to Service Award

President’s Call to Service Award

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In a world where the love of many has grown cold, it is our responsibility to take action and deliver the love of Heavenly Mother to mankind. Her love is unceasing and relentless and She sets the perfect example by leading the millions of members of the World Mission Society Church of God to make a difference in our communities and the world.

The Church of God on the East Coast has made significant contribution to our local communities. Whether it’s donating blood to save as many lives as possible, conducting beach cleanups to restore our ecosystems, being first respondents in times of disaster or simply singing at an elderly care home to bring a smile to the residents, Church of God volunteers make every effort to be the salt and light of the world.

In 2011, the United States recognized the efforts of the Church of God and the difference that the Church is continuously making in this nation. President Barack Obama presented the Church of God and Heavenly Mother with the President’s Call to Service Award for devotedly conducting more than 17,000 hours of community service.

The President’s Call to Service Award is given to individuals or groups who actively participate in volunteer services. Depending on the period of time of service, the awards are classified into three levels: bronze, silver or gold. For those who have dedicated their lifetime to service and completed 4,000 hours of service, they are awarded the President’s Call to Service Award. This is the highest merit given to those devoted to participate in volunteer service.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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