The annual Masonic Youth Community Service Award award was created in 1997 by Grand Master David H. Nelson to recognize the bethel of Job's Daughters and the DeMolay chapter that best served their community in some act of service to the community. Each year the Grand Master grants this award to one bethel of Job's Daughters and one DeMolay chapter for outstanding service to the community for the preceding year. The prizes are a traveling trophy and a pizza party for the winning bethel or chapter, and the award is announced at their respective rally or conclave each year.
Although all service and volunteer activity should be included in the application, that which was performed in our community will be given greater consideration than that which was performed within our Masonic family. To apply for this award, please present a summary (approximately one page) detailing a list of activities and a brief description of each activity undertaken by your bethel or chapter, including how this event was chosen, funded, promoted, and managed.