Congratulations to all of the winners of the 2018 Chick-fil-A Everyday Heroes award. Click on the video to see a recap of the winners and their stories.
The Everyday Heroes award will be returning in 2019. We will be honoring 18-25-year-olds who go above and beyond for their community.
To see each winner's story, go to WMAR's "Everyday Heroes" page.
February 2018 - Cpl. Betty Covington, Baltimore City Schools Police Dept.
March 2018 - Steven Finch, BeMore Caring/homeless advocate in Anne Arundel Co.
April 2018 - Marc Bona, College Park police officer/founder of Honor a Hero project
May 2018 - Desiree Sessions, kindergarten teacher at New Town Elementary School
June 2018 - Cory Schweitzer, Anne Arundel County police officer
July 2018 - Mike Griffith, founder of Gold in Fight
August 2018 - Lt. Shana Haughton, Baltimore City Fire Department
September 2018 - Margaret Powell, retired teacher
October 2018 - Patrick Parker, aka Sgt. Pushup, advocate for anti-bullying and hunger campaigns
November 2018 - Helen Washington, teacher at St. Ignatius Loyola Academy
December 2018 - Karen Hunt-Reynolds, special education teacher at New Town High School