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Who Are Man and Woman of the Year?

Call for Entries in the 68th Annual Man and Woman of the Year Award


It’s that time of year … Who will it be?

The Santa Barbara Foundation and KEYT television invite you to submit nominations for the Man and Woman of the Year! Each year, this important community event highlights the spirit of volunteerism by honoring those who have made significant and positive impacts on our community through their volunteer efforts.

We are looking for two extraordinary individuals — one man and one woman — who embody this powerful message through their exemplary volunteer efforts, involvement, and contributions — men and women who have made significant and positive impacts on the Santa Barbara community.

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You can help us find these extraordinary individuals by nominating the people who have made the greatest volunteer impact. Click on this link to view the nomination form and submit your nominee today. (You may receive the nomination form by mail by calling (805) 963-1873. Nominations must be received by 5 p.m., Friday, August 20, 2010. For biographies of previous winners, please click here (for 1942-1969) and here (1970-1990), and here (1991-2008).

All nominations must be kept confidential — even by the nominator!

The secret will be revealed at a dinner and gala affair at the Four Seasons Biltmore on Thursday, September 30, from 6-9 p.m. Mark you calendar, save the date, and please join us! Call the Santa Barbara Foundation today at 963-1873 to reserve your table.

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