Lifetime Achiever in Caring for the Community.
H. Stellos Humanitarian Award - Gloria Taylor, her daughters Cynthia
Clay and Stephanie Muldrow, and sons King Taylor, Jr. and Jeffrey
Taylor, Sr. were awarded by the Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc. at
their 38th Area Three Leadership Conference March 7, 2014.
in Community Service Award - Awarded by Our Second Act, Inc. a
non-profit community based organization comprised of women 55 years and
older who reside in the metropolitan St. Louis area on February 20,
Volunteer Service Award from President Barack Obama, for helping to
address the most pressing needs in the community and our country.
Louis Community Empowerment Foundation awarded Gloria Taylor the
Charitable Leadership Award for her dedicated service and leadership to
the St. Louis, Community and legacy of charitable and civic work on
behalf of the entire St. Louis Region.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Non-Violence St. Louis Support Group Award
was presented to CWAH Founder, Gloria Taylor along with other
founder Gloria Taylor was honored as one of the 10 Chapter Champions
at, The African American chapter of University of Missouri, St Louis'
Alumni Association, celebrating its 25th anniversary.
founder Gloria Taylor was chosen as one of seven leaders of an
organizations to receive a Community Service Award that focused on the
value of mentoring- "Mentoring Saves Lives" from the Epsilon Lambda
Charitable Foundation and the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
founder Gloria Taylor was honored as an "Everyday Hero" (making St.
Louis a better place) for her outstanding service to the community,
awarded by Verizon at The Urban League.
Letter from the White House: First Lady, Michelle Obama (Founder, Ms.
Gloria Taylor wrote to the White House in reference to the importance of
volunteerism and community service, the First Lady echoed her
sentiments with a response letter).
Nonprofit Recognition: CWAH was recognized as one of the Top Rated
Women's Empowerment Nonprofit by Great Nonprofits (a nationally
recognized organization in this field)
St. Louis Gateway Classics Sports Foundation African American Citizens
of the Year Award (recognizes and pays tribute to those individuals in
the greater metropolitan St. Louis area who have made significant
contributions to the community and/or their respective areas of work)
Proclamation Award from Senator Robin Wright-Jones from the Missouri
State Senate (for making a difference in the St. Louis metropolitan
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. 74th Central Regional Conference ESP Centennial Platform Award
CHUMS Inc. St. Louis Chapter Rose Ward (for making a difference in the community)
Top Ladies of Distinction Confluence Chapter Award (in appreciation for serving communities in St. Louis)
The Professional Organization of Women (POW) (in honor of the 5th Annual African American Women of Distinction Award)
Home Magazine's Classic Women Award in recognition for exemplary
volunteerism & outstanding contributions to the community.
Outstanding Community Service Award at the 21st Annual Unity Ball.
Mothers of Merit Award (for Outstanding Service as a Career Woman for serving over 5,000 women & children)
Ruby Award (honors individual leaders who have made extraordinary
contributions to local non-profit organizations and their communities.
“Ruby Recipients are ‘beacons of light’ in their community)
The Gateway Chapter Woman of Worth Award - in Honor of Women
The St. Louis American Stellar Performance Award (12th Annual Salute to Excellence Awards Banquet)
St. Louis ARGUS Distinguished Citizens Award
Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa Inc. Alpha Nu Chapter-Community Service
Award (efforts to promote human understanding & inherent worth of
Outstanding Community Service Award (The National Association of Black Accountant, St. Louis Metropolitan Chapter)
Martin Luther King, Jr. Life and Legacy Award (Awarded to those that
commemorates the cause for Humanity so that all Americans may benefit
and progress in peace and harmony)