Resolution For Clarmundo Sullivan From Assemblyman Kevin McCarty
On February 7 Golden Rule Services held its annual National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day event. GRS was able to feed over 50 people, educate and hand out information on PrEP, needle exchange programs and HIV and STD prevention, and test 27 individuals for HIV. This is more testing conducted than any prior NBHAAD event! GRS Founder and Executive Director Clarmundo Sullivan was presented a resolution from Assemblyman McCarty in recognition of his lifelong dedication to ending justice disparities in the People of Color communities as well as his work in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Golden Rule Services' Honors and Awards
GRS is not only highly respected by our clients but by our professional colleagues as well. In recognition of our success with providing services to local underserved, vulnerable and high risk communities, GRS has been the recipient of the Lambda Community Fund's “2005 Fighting AIDS Award”, the Sacramento Black Chamber of Commerce's “2007 Public Service/ Community Service Business of the Year Award”, the Court of the Great Northwest Imperial Empire “2011 Humanitarian of the Year Award”, the California Wellness Foundation's "2012 Leadership Award", the "2013 Ava Gardner Victory Award", and the Sacramento Gay and Lesbian Community Center's "2014 Pride Award."
2014 Pride Awards
The Sacramento PRIDE Awards recognize Sacramento leaders for their community service, leadership and good old fashioned "get it done" attitudes. These LGBT (and ally) activists are synonymous with leadership, service and commitment to their communities. They donate their time and money to helping making our community safer, shattering stigmas, fighting for rights and much more.
2012 Sabbatical Program Awards
GRS Executive Director Clarmundo Sullivan the receiving 2012 Sabbatical Program Award. The California Wellness Foundation Sabbatical Program Award was created to improve the long-term effectiveness of health-focused nonprofits by providing their executives with the rest they need to continue to direct their organizations' missions.