Awards

  • Texas Women in Business
    Texas Women in Business
    In 2015, TWB gave WSP a Service Award and a $2,300 grant in appreciation of its dedication, time, and talent to the community.
  • Texas Department of Criminal Justice
    Texas Department of Criminal Justice
    In 2013, Founder and Executive Director Judith Dullnig received the Windham School District Governor’s Criminal Justice Volunteer Service Award, know as the Judy Burd Award, from Rick Perry, Governor of Texas.
  • The Tanner Foundation
    The Tanner Foundation
    The Tanner Foundation awarded a $5,000 grant to WSP as one of five selected 501(c)(3) organizations “that provide ways locally that support our mission to make a positive difference in the lives of women and children.”
  • The Union of Reform Judaism
    The Union of Reform Judaism
    In 2011, the Commission on Social Action of the Union of Reform Judaism awarded the WSP Program at Temple Beth Shalom (Austin, TX) the Irving J. Fain Social Action Award, which is given every two years to congregations whose work in the area of social justice is exemplary. http://www.rac.org/irving-j-fain-awards
  • The University of Texas at Austin
    The University of Texas at Austin
    In 2011, WSP was chosen by the University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business for a website design project to be done by Management Information System students.
  • The United Methodist Church
    The United Methodist Church
    In 2010, the United Methodist General Board of Church & Society awarded one of 15 “Peace with Justice” grants to the WSP Outreach Ministry at Westlake United Methodist Church (Austin, Texas) as part of an international program that witnesses to God's demand for a faithful, just, disarmed and secure world. http://www.kintera.org/site/apps/nlnet/content3.aspx?c=frLJK2PKLqF&b=5938235&ct=8192813¬oc=1
  • The American Jail Association
    The American Jail Association
    In 2010, WSP was invited to lead a workshop at the American Jail Association Annual Conference, “Building Bridges over the Rivers of Change”.
  • The Texas Department of Criminal Justice
    The Texas Department of Criminal Justice
    In 2010, WSP received the Governor’s Criminal Justice Volunteer Service Award, known as the Susan Cranford Female Offender Program Award, from Rick Perry, Governor of Texas.
  • The Texas Library Association Conference
    The Texas Library Association Conference
    In 2010, WSP volunteers served as panelists at the annual Texas Library Association Conference in San Antonio.
  • Governor’s Criminal Justice Volunteer Service Award
    Governor’s Criminal Justice Volunteer Service Award
    2011 - Women’s Storybook Project will be the recipient of another Governor’s Criminal Justice Volunteer Service Award
  • Ballet Austin Guild
    Ballet Austin Guild
    2009 - Women’s Storybook Project and Director was selected as one of the Women On Their Toes for outstanding community volunteers in Austin, sponsored by The Ballet Austin Guild
  • National Crime Prevention Council
    National Crime Prevention Council
    2006 - Women’s Storybook Project of Texas was chosen by the National Crime Prevention Council as one of the top strategies in the country for faith and restorative justice in their publication, “Faith, Community and Criminal Justice Collaboration”
  • Epstein Communicate! Award
    Epstein Communicate! Award
    2005 - Winner of the Epstein Communicate! Award for the best idea for social services in the nation for small Jewish Reform Congregations

 

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