Each May, at our Annual Benefit, Youthlinc honors an individual or individuals who go above and beyond in humanitarian service in our community and for our organization. We would like to recognize our past Lifetime Humanitarians, and the incredible contributions they have made in their communities, and around the globe, in hopes to uplift and inspire the humanitarian in each of us.

We hope you’ll join us in celebrating our 2012 Lifetime Humanitarian, May 5th at the Natural History Museum. Please contact us for more details.

Wendy Hanson– Youthlinc’s 2011 Lifetime Humanitarian

Bruce Powell– Youthlinc’s 2010 Lifetime Humanitarian

Youthlinc asked Amy Powell –Bruce’s daughter– to spend five minutes writing about Bruce’s accomplishments, she responded “Not to boast about my dad, but it would take far longer that 5 minutes to write a list of Bruce’s humanitarian accomplishments. I will tell you what kind of person my dad is:

Rich Jackson & Bonnie Peatross– 2010 Lifetime Humanitarians

Stephen H. Smoot– Youthlinc’s 2009 Lifetime Humanitarian

When considering what Stephen has accomplished, this quote was used by Stephen’s family: “Not the makers of plans and promises, but rather the one who offers faithful service in small matters. This it he person who is likely to achieve what is good and lasting” — John Wolfgang von Goeth.

Shaun & Ollie Michel — Youthlinc’s 2008 Lifetime Humanitarians

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