Introducing the 2019 ePIFanyNow Y-PIF Nominees
It's that time of year again - the time where we support the awesome work that kids in our community are doing. Members in the community are invited to vote for the recipient of the 2019 ePIFanyNow™ Y-PIF™ Award. The ePIFanyNow™ Y-PIF™ Award honors young individuals who are passing kindness forward and making a difference in their communities. Each vote is only $1 and all the money raised will be donated back to the individual Y-PIF™ nominee's project that receives the vote.
There are 11 amazing nominees for the award, each with a unique commitment to their community.
- Alana Rosser
- Chelsea Rostoni
- Chloe Reece
- Jackson Northwest School
- Lansing Christian Schools
- Logan Bouvier
- Lorraine (Rainey) Terpening
- Maddie Smith
- Morgan Scarbro
- Myla Wey-Koutsoubos
- Walled Lake 3rd Grade Class
Winner of the Y-PIF™ Award will receive added funding for their youth-led activities/projects that provide service to others and make a positive contribution to their communities.
Click here to cast your vote(s) and find more information on each nominee’s project.
Join us at MSUFCU Headquarters on May 5 for the annual ePIFanyNow™ event where Y-PIF nominees are acknowledged and a winner will be announced.
At ePIFanyNow™ we know the power of kindness! It takes less than a second to make a positive difference in other persons’ life, and that gesture–no matter how small or large–can have a profound effect on both the giver and receiver. The mission of ePIFanyNow™ is to create a revolution of positive, transformational experiences through acts of kindness. ePIFanyNow™ is a grassroots movement, with no religious or political affiliations, endeavoring to create positive change throughout the community and beyond.
MSUFCU is a proud supporter of ePIFanyNow™.