National and Chapter Awards Programs

Through the National and Chapter Awards programs, Freedoms Foundation recognizes citizens and organizations as pillars in their communities. Over 57,000 citizens have been recognized and honored since 1949 as distinguished champions of the ideals in the Bill of Responsibilities.


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The 2022 Chapter Essay Contest Winners

Primary School Division

1st Chase Elmer – $100 – Love of Learning

2nd Michael Chepurny – $75 – John Adams Academy Roseville

3rd Susanna Hope DiSilvestro – $50 – Heritage Peak About Face

Honorable Mentioned – Clara Henke – John Adams Academy Roseville

Honorable Mentioned – Emilie Martinez – John Adams Academy Roseville

Middle School Division

1st Hannah Jensen – $100 – John Adams Academy Roseville

2nd Scarlett Crutchfield – $75 – South Sutter Charter School

3rd Sophie Parnis – $50 – John Adams Academy Lincoln

Honorable Mentioned – Abby Jones – John Adams Academy Lincoln

Honorable Mentioned – Jonathan Velichko – Love of Learning

High School Division

1st Cristi Jagadish – $100 – Rocklin High School

2nd Tanner Wright – $75 – Calaveras High School

3rd Elizabeth Francois – $50 – South Sutter Charter School

Honorable Mentioned – Andrew Stewart – Lincoln High School

Honorable Mentioned – Grace Fellows – Folsom High School

Group of nineteen students on a trip with Freedoms Foundation

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