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- Community Support Services
Rotary Club Youth Impact Awards, 2013
The Rotary Club of Toronto West awarded LAMP CHC with their Community Service award for its dedication to assisting youth.
Amber Morley, tireless youth activist and active member of the LAMP CHC team, received the award for Individual Under 25.
MPP Laurel Broten presented the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal to Amber Morley at the 2012 LAMP CHC Annual General Meeting, in part for her long-standing advocacy through the South Etobicoke Youth Assembly.
At the 2012 Identify 'N' Impact Awards the South Etobicoke Youth Assembly (SEYA) won the "Enabling Collective Action Award". The awards are a celebration of youth achievements in the City of Toronto. Congratulations to SEYA for their outstanding work in youth advocacy.
LAMP CHC received an Urban Hero Award from the Etobicoke Guardian in the Community category.
Photo courtesy Mary Gaudet/Etobicoke Guardian.
The third annual Gems of the Lakeshore recognized LAMP CHC for its service in the Lakeshore Community. The Gems are an initiative of Etobicoke-Lakeshore MPP Laurel Broten and the local Business Improvement Areas.
In 2009, the South Etobicoke Youth Assembly was recognized by the AOHC with the Conference on Poverty and Health Theme award.
Joe Leonard, founding Executive Director of LAMP CHC, earned the 2005 AOHC award for more than 40 years of dedication to community.