Julie Rosenthal, Asian Studies, Receives Volunteer of the Year Award

Congratulations to Julie Rosenthal, Program Management Specialist for the Asian Studies Program, who has been named the Association of Community Services Volunteer of the Year for her role in creating and directing the not-for-profit Food on the 15th Program. Hers is one of the 38th Annual Audrey Robbins Humanitarian Award given by the association. The award ceremony will be held on Friday, May 3, in Clarksville, MD.  Food on the 15th delivers groceries and toiletries to disadvantaged senior citizens in Jessup and Ellicott City.

The Association of Community Services (ACS) is a network of organizations and individuals serving Howard County residents across the spectrum of health, human services, the arts and the environment.  For more information, please go to: http://www.acshoco.org/.

News on the award was also reported in the Columbia Patch.

Starting this year, Food on the 15th also has a presence at UMBC, in cooperation with the Asian Studies Program.