KidsFirst Cooperman-Bogue Awards
Nominations are now being accepted for exemplary social service frontline staff who have consistently put children and families first during the pandemic.
As part of the redesign, we have increased from four (4) quarterly winners to twelve (12) monthly winners, and no annual award winner will be named this year. Should an annual awards ceremony be held, all monthly winners will be recognized and their work spotlighted at the event.
To view full details and timelines, click below on Nomination Criteria & Schedule. To nominate a remarkable social service employee who is making a difference in the lives of Pinellas County children and families during the pandemic, click below to complete and submit the online Nomination Form.
Annual & Quarterly Winners
Congratulations to the 2018 – 2019 KidsFirst Cooperman-Bogue Award Winners for their life-changing work with Pinellas County children and families!
- Annual Award Winner – Franklin Smith of Family Center On Deafness
- Quarterly Award Winner – Lucile Plummer of Seniors in Service
- Quarterly Award Winner – Courtney Hendrickson of Directions for Living
- Quarterly Award Winner – Laurel Kosharsky of High Point Neighborhood Family Center
JWB would like to acknowledge and thank our sponsors. Thanks to their generosity, quarterly winners receive monetary awards of $500 each, and one annual winner is selected to receive $2,000. Their contributions also help make possible an annual awards luncheon where all winners are honored.