The St. Andrew Youth Centenary Award of is a prestigious one time recognition of excellence, achievement and contributions by youth and young adults to the spiritual and community life of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Canada. Such achievements and contributions by youth and young adults represent the foundation upon which the future of our Church will be built. The Award recognizes young individuals that have made their mark through community activism, dedicated service commitment, and spiritual leadership in various aspects of Church community and worship.
The Award will recognize current contributions. Posthumous recognitions in this category will not be made. Up to fifty Youth Centenary awards across Canada can be made.
The Youth Centenary Award will be considered for youth and young adults of age 35 or younger.
Nominations can come from Parishes, Eparchies, organized entities of the UOCC (e.g. St. Andrew’s College) and/or from individuals (minimum of two nominators is required one of whom should be member of the UOCC). The selection of successful recipients of the St. Andrew Youth Centenary Award will be made by a National Adjudication panel in consultation with Eparchial Councils.