The Anita Perlman Stand UP Award honors those individuals who have worked to Stand UP and better their community through consistent and quality community service. Every member of AZA and BBG who actively participates in their chapter’s community service projects, excels in independent community service work, and is regularly immersed in direct or indirect service, philanthropy, or advocacy efforts is eligible to apply for this award.
A minimum of 50 hours of community service (both BBYO organized and independent) in one school year.
At least one community service, philanthropy. or advocacy project planned by the applicant for their chapter, council, region or country.