Picture above are photos taken with President Bill Clinton, President George H.W. Bush and former First Lady Barbara Bush, Rosalynn Carter, Bill Bradley, and former Vice President Dan Quayle.
“It is through service like yours that we will solve our country’s most critical problems and strengthen the bonds that link us as people.On behalf of all Americans, I thank you for a job well done.” -President Bill Clinton
“I was delighted to learn of your outstanding work.Your generosity and willingness to serve others merit the highest praise and I am pleased to recognize you as the 268th Daily Point of Light.Barbara joins me in congratulating you.” -President George Bush
“Roxanne has shown hundreds of individuals that they no longer need to fight their battles against illness alone.The President salutes Roxanne Black.” -The White House, Office of the Press Secretary for George Bush
“What a courageous example you set for us all – both in your struggle with systemic lupus and your founding of a support group for others!I send my heartiest salute and admiration to you for your indomitable spirit.” -Lady Bird Johnson
“I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate you on the continued success of Friends' Health Connection.You have certainly come a long way since you first were inspired to start this program from your hospital bed.In the process of confronting your own pain, you have enabled others to obtain comfort, help and advice in their time of need.You have more than fulfilled the potential you displayed when you participated in the Young Citizens' Award.Keep up your excellent work!I am proud of you.” -Bill Bradley
“I congratulate the recipients of the Governor’s Volunteer Awards not only for their accomplishments, but also for the positive, life-affirming examples they set for the rest of us.Through demonstrated commitment, selflessness, and sense of purpose they are extraordinary role models… Friends' Health Connection received the health award due to its work at alleviating loneliness and increasing hope for people facing illness.” -Christine Todd Whitman, New Jersey Governor