Jay Kapp Named Volunteer of the Year by UCP of Georgia
On September 20, 2011, United Cerebral Palsy of Georgia held its Annual Community Awards Reception on September 20th at the Marriott Atlanta Century Center. This event honors local individuals and groups making significant contributions to the organization’s mission to positively support and impact the achievement of a Life Without Limits for people with disabilities.
Jay Kapp, president of Kapp Koncepts, was named the Volunteer of the Year by UCP of Georgia. Jay has been on the board of directors for the non-profit for nearly 10 years and has been a life long volunteer.
"Our UCP of Georgia family is so proud to bestow this honor on Jay Kapp. He is a truly outstanding individual whose contributions are making a significant impact on the quality of life for people with disabilities in Georgia," said Executive Director Diane Wilush.
Individuals who receive UCP services and strive for personal excellence are also honored for their personal achievements, demonstrating that people with disabilities have the potential to become active and contributing members of their communities.
"Jay supports UCP of Georgia in so many ways, it's difficult to imagine our organization without him. Jay's leadership and dedication to excellence are an inspiration to everyone around him," said UCP Director of Development Joan Rizzo.
In addition to his role as Vice Chairperson, Jay supports UCP with various marketing services - including graphic design, email marketing, and internet marketing.
"It's a great honor to work with such a great organization. UCP positively affects the lives of so many people across the state every day and I'm proud to help in their efforts," said Jay Kapp.
Photo (L to R): Ouida Spencer (UCP of GA Board Chairperson), Jay Kapp, and Diane Wilush (UCP of GA Executive Director)