A law firm is looking for central Virginia's unsung heroes. Allen, Allen, Allen and Allen is taking nominations for its second Hometown Heroes awards.
You can recommend a neighbor, friend, or relative for their random acts of kindness. The law firm will select 40 Hometown Heroes from across the commonwealth, including five who make a difference in central Virginia.
Claims Consultant Gayle Bragg said, "Someone who does acts of kindness and never really gets a reward. So, it's to reward those people and to honor those people who do things in the community and never get any ‘hey, that was great.'"
You can pick up a nomination form at the firm's office in the Rio Hill Shopping Center or click here submit one online.
Nominations are due May 27 and the Hometown Heroes will be announced in June.
Tuesday, December 10 2013 8:13 PM EST2013-12-11 01:13:23 GMT
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