In 2012, Voices for Virginia’s Children inaugurated its signature event, the Carol S. Fox MAKING KIDS COUNT Awards Reception. The annual event and awards are named in honor of Carol Spaulding Fox, a Voices co-founder and former long-time board member. The awards recognize a Virginia individual and organization for exemplary efforts to improve the lives of children in the commonwealth.
Past attendees include a host of child advocates, community leaders, Voices’ friends and supporters, agency heads, program directors, elected officials, and others who share a common purpose – improving the lives of Virginia’s children.
The Carol S. Fox MAKING KIDS COUNT Awards Reception raised $60,000 in 2017, a banner year. Honorees included Janice Dinkins Davidson (Roanoke), St. Joseph’s Villa (Richmond), and Virginia Latino Higher Education Network (statewide).
For more information about the 2018 Carol S. Fox MAKING KIDS COUNT Awards Reception, visit our event page.