2015 Volunteer of the Year Awards

Information about the Volunteer of the Year.

Thousands of volunteers help make Albuquerque a brighter place to live and work.

Help us recognize the 2015 Albuquerque Volunteer of the Year.

Day of Recognition

In honor of all the selfless, hardworking volunteers who call Albuquerque their home, Mayor Berry will be hosting the second annual Mayor's Day of Recognition for National Service on April 7, 2015, noon -1 p.m. at the West Side of the Convention Center.

  • Free lunch
  • Free parking
  • RSVP is not required

At this event, we will recognize an individual as the Volunteer of the Year and a business, community group, or non-profit organization for Excellence in Volunteerism.

The intention of this event is to show our gratitude to all of the committed individuals serving our community selflessly on a daily basis.

Together, we can work to recognize those volunteers who daily strive to improve our city and spread the spirit of service and selflessness everywhere.

Mayor Berry & Volunteering

Mayor Berry believes volunteerism is a vitally important part of how Albuquerque is able to operate on a daily basis. Volunteers help Albuquerque's senior citizens by bringing meals and helping to clean their homes. Volunteers work with animals in need, ensuring that animal welfare is a priority in our city.

They reach out to the homeless and needy, giving out warm meals and caring conversation. The spirit of volunteerism runs deep through our city.

2015 Volunteer of the Year Awards

Volunteer of the Year

Mary Briggs 


A photo of the 2015 group volunteer of the year. Group volunteer of the Year

Route 66 Civitan Club


An image of the 2015 corporate volunteer of the year.Corporate Star of the Year

Southwest Airlines


VISTA Volunteer of the Year

Alex Cory