J. Allyn Taylor Community Service Award

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$2,000

Award amount

 
 

Nominations CLOSED

The J. Allyn Taylor Community Service Award is presented to a student who exhibits outstanding service to, and is actively involved in leadership activities in, their community.

Nominees must be grade ten or eleven students attending a school located in London or Middlesex County, ON within a publicly funded school board.

The award recipient will receive a certificate accompanied by a $2,000 award to be distributed as follows:

  • $500 to the recipient's charity of choice; and

  • $1,500 to a Canadian post-secondary institution for the recipient's education.

Before starting your application, be sure to use the preview nomination link to develop your answers first as you will not be able to save and return to the online form:

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Past Honourees +

2018 - Ahmad Aljassem
2017 - Raghad Elniwairi
2016 - Majd Radhaa
2015 - Victoria Goldsack (Winner) and Chantal Belleville (Runner-up)
2014 - Ghadeir Madlol (Winner) and Curtis Hiscox (Runner-up)

Cal Stiller, J. Allyn Taylor, and Bob Siskind

Cal Stiller, J. Allyn Taylor, and Bob Siskind

J. Allyn Taylor was a former President of Canada Trust and an extraordinary community leader. 

 Affectionately dubbed “Mr. London,” he was instrumental in revitalizing London Community Foundation in 1979 and continued to serve the community as Honorary Chair of the Foundation’s Board until his death in 2006.