The Mary C. Jackson “Good Works, Done Well” Award is given annually to a PCC employee or volunteer whose efforts have improved the health and wellbeing of the most vulnerable residents in the community by increasing access to quality health care and/or family services.
PRIZE: Award recipients receive either a small cash award or a donation to a nonprofit of their choosing and an engraved gift commemorative of this honor.
KEY DATES: Nominations for the 2021 award year must be submitted by 5:00 PM on May 20, 2022, using the form below. The award recipient will be selected by June 30, 2022. The award will be presented at PCC's 30th Anniversary Kick Off event on November 10, 2022.
NOMINATION & ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
Nominees must have been an employee at PCC or have volunteered between January 1 to December 31, 2021.
Nominations must be submitted by someone other than the nominee. Self-nominations will not be considered.
Nominations can be from anyone, internal or external to PCC.
Nominations should be kept to 500 words or less.
All Nominations will be considered confidential. Only the winner will be announced.
Individuals who receive the Award are eligible for future consideration as an awardee except for the year immediately following their selection (e.g. the 2020 Awardee would not be eligible in 2021, but would be eligible for the 2022 award).
CRITERIA TO DETERMINE THE WINNER The nominee...
Has made a substantial positiveimpact on the health of the underserved population of Montgomery County (10 points)
Demonstrates consistent commitment to serving the PCC community through professional and/or volunteer activities (10 points)
Displays compassion and care for the people they serve (10 points)
Plays a major role in the community with high levels of engagement and enthusiasm (10 points)
Shows a proven track record of collaboration within PCC and/or the community at large (10 points)
Mary Jackson served as Assistant Executive Director from 1998 until her death In October 2002. Her passion and unwavering commitment made Mary exceptionally successful at securing grant monies to establish and administer essential programs like the first Early Head Start and Healthy Families programs in Maryland. Primary Care Coalition’s Board of Directors recognized Mary’s exceptional contributions presenting her with an award for her “Good Works, Done Well.” To honor her and her lifelong commitment to helping others in need of health care, her family established the Mary C. Jackson “Good Works, Done Well” Award.