WMAR — As we close out 2019 and ring in the New Year, we want to take a look back at all of this year's winners of the Chick-fil-A Everyday Heroes award. Congratulations to the winners and thanks to those who took the time to nominate them.
February 2019 - Josiah Lewis and Scott Bradley, founders of the non-profit
March 2019 - Da'Kuawn Johnson, medical student and volunteer with the Talent Mentoring Program
April 2019 - Brayden Wise, raised money for sunscreen dispensers at Archbishop Curley
May 2019 - Emmettia Henderson, publishes inspirational books called "Beautiful Serenity"
June 2019 - Sarah Smoot, attends charity events, visits sick kids dressed as Disney princesses
July 2019 - Malik Titus, boxer and volunteer with Bro Code in Baltimore
August 2019 - Jacob Hartman, intern with Catch a Lift Fund
September 2019 - Briauna Wills, founder of Young Queens in Training
October 2019 - Dallas Vaughn, co-owner of Detail Kings West, which donates proceeds to the University of Maryland Medical System Foundation
November 2019 - Stephanie Glinsky, founder of the non-profit Bay B Beautiful
December 2019 - Avery Henningsen, leader at PAL Cockeysville and volunteer with the Haven of Hope Community Garden in West Baltimore
We are accepting nominations for 2020. We are looking for families who like to work together to improve their community. Click here to nominate a family. Each winner receives a lunch for 10 courtesy of Chick-fil-A.