Roanoke, Va. (WFXR) — The founder of TAP, Cabell Brand was a tireless advocate for a wide spectrum of issues. He generously gave the most precious commodity, his time, in order to give back and enhance the quality of life for families, individuals, and communities.
In honoring Cabell Brand’s legacy of service, TAP is proud to be taking nominations for The Cabell Brand Hope Award.
In this Living Local segment, TAP’s Annette Lewis and Host, Kianna Price discuss the nomination process and criteria for this honorable award.
- Have an extended interest in anti-poverty efforts, literacy (education), or the environment
- Volunteer in their community and show a long-term dedication over time
- Exemplify one or more of the following characteristics: grassroots community changer, risk-taker, champion for the cause, persistent, relentless, challenger of the status quo, change leader
- Reside in: Alleghany County, Bath County, Botetourt County, Craig County, Roanoke City, Roanoke County, Rockbridge County, Buena Vista, Covington, Lexington, Vinton, Salem, or another southwest Virginia community.