11 Who Care
11 Who Care Community Service Awards
For more than 41 years, 11Alive has honored our community’s volunteers – those persons who make such a difference for all of us Atlanta.

The 11Who Care Community Service Awards salute and highlight eleven outstanding local volunteers who have demonstrated selfless devotion for the betterment of the community.

Each month, we feature an outstanding volunteer - profiling them along with their partner non-profit during 11Alive News and on 11Alive.com. Each honoree receives a $1,100 contribution from 11Alive to present to their non-profit.

In December, the 11Who Care are featured in a primetime special hosted by 11Alive News.

To nominate an outstanding volunteer for the 11Alive Community Service Award 11Who Care, please complete the form below and attach as much detail, references and photos as available.

Let’s salute our 2016 11Who Care – 11Alive Community Service Award Winners!

Nanci Dubin “Bubbles”, for her 29 years of volunteering at Camp Sunshine in Morgan County. She has been a ray of sunshine every summer for dozens of children battling cancer.

Martin Dunlap, for his 20 years of delivering Meals on Wheels to home bound seniors in Atlanta.

Gini Eagen, for her service to the Lost Boys of Sudan refugees who settled in Georgia. Her great assistance gave them the chance to a new life. She is also a founding member of Wells for Hope.

Gladimar Guadalupe, for her service in granting 19 Make-A-Wishes to children with life threating illnesses. She has now become one of Make-a-Wish’s most prolific wish granters.

Bianca Hughes, for her service and commitment as a Big Sister for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta. She has been working with the same sister for five straight years.

Shawna Levy, for her various volunteer activities including building a house for Habitat for Humanity. She also mentors, volunteers at youth detention centers and sings at nursing homes.

Delphyne Lomax, for her service to the Center of Black Women’s Wellness. As a breast cancer survivor she inspires hundreds of women to get mammograms through Susan G. Komen Atlanta.

Chris Murray, for his service spending his free time coaching special needs athletes for the Horizon League in Acworth. His students and parents say he has changed the lives of their children.

Donal Noonan, for his service in creating the Homeward Choir, made up of homeless men, who use the Central Night Shelter. The choir was created in 2013 and since has given voice of hope.

Kamal Shakir, for his six years of volunteer services with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta. He has been a big brother to a special young man since 2010.

The Boisfeuillet Jones Award

Jeff Foxworthy, as one of the most successful comedians in the country, he fields hundreds of requests per month. Yet he says he still wasn’t prepared when The Atlanta Mission asked him to lead bible study for its homeless men eight years ago. He has welcomed the opportunity to spend time with the men discussing scripture, relapses, loss, love and the feeling of not having a purpose or knowing what’s next in life. Arriving before dawn each week, Foxworthy has given the men hope and the chance to share what is on their minds and hearts. Jeff believes in having a heart for the underdog, as he said growing up he was one himself. With much humbleness, he chooses for his acts of kindness to remain out of the limelight. After many years of requests, 11Alive was finally given the opportunity to let Mr. Foxworthy’s story shine in the hopes that his community service will inspire others.
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