Philanthropy Partners to Present 2018 Distinguished Service Awards

YARMOUTH PORT – The Philanthropy Partners of the Cape & Islands has announced the recipients of the 2018 Distinguished Service to Philanthropy Awards.

Steven Roderick, of Provincetown, has been named the Outstanding Volunteer for his work with several Outer and Lower Cape organizations, including the Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Truro Chamber of Commerce, Provincetown Film Society, Cape Cod Children’s Place, Lower Cape Ambulance and others.

The Outstanding Youth award will be given to Chatham high school student Sage Barnes. Barnes is the Youth Representative of the Cape Cod Theatre Company/Harwich Junior Theatre Board. She is also a high honors sophomore at Monomoy Regional High School.

Nauset Disposal, of Orleans, is the Outstanding Business/Organization recipient. Every year the company contributes to more than 100 nonprofits through monetary donations, sponsorships and in-kind donations. Nauset Disposal directs the majority of its community investment funds to organizations focused on the environment, veterans’ issues, basic human needs and children’s services.

Orleans and Florida resident Richard “Dick” Cuda, and his late wife Ellie, are being recognized as the 2018 Outstanding Philanthropists. In 2008, the Cudas underwrote the cost of Cape Cod Healthcare’s Cuda Women’s Health Center and a reflection garden at the Hyannis ambulatory medical complex with a donation of $2.5 million. The Cudas also supported the Cape Symphony, Cape Cod Museum of Art and The Cape Cod Foundation.

The awards will be presented during a luncheon ceremony Tuesday at the Resort and Conference Center in Hyannis.

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