Michael Kaibel
Board of Directors – Hands & Words Are Not For Hurting Project®

Special Awards & Recognition

Michael’s Awards

The Hands & Words Are Not For Hurting Project® owes a great deal of gratitude to Michael Kaibel for his tireless efforts in bringing the Purple Hands Pledge® to countless numbers of those working in your county toward the common goal to stop all hurting.

Pictured above: Michael Kaibel(left), Ann S. Kelly, alongside
Commissioners Cheryl Hukill, Al Switzer, & Dennis Linthicum
Commendation presented to Michael Kaibel– April 2012

Hands & Words Are Not For Hurting Project® Commendation

“With appreciation for your distinguished leadership, dedication and extraordinary vision affecting positive change for countless numbers of children and families in your schools, communities, state and nation. I highly commend your outstanding efforts to make Klamath County a safer, healthier place to live and work.” – Ann S. Kelly Founder/Director
Hands & Words Are Not For Hurting Project®

Camp Fire Spirit Award

Camp Fire Spirit Award presented to Michael Kaibel, Director Klamath Chapter Hands & Words Are Not For Hurting Project®, during “100 Years Celebration” by CFUSA Director Daniel Ferris of Klamath Falls, Oregon.

Klamath County Transition Program
Special Award

This Special Award was presented to the Klamath Chapter by the staff and students of the Klamath County Transition Program. KCTP serves eligible special education students (18-21).

Klamath Best Program Award – 2010

Presented to Klamath Chapter Hands & Words Are Not For Hurting Project® by the Klamath Falls City Councilwoman Betty Dickson during program’s celebration. 

Klamath County Volunteer of the Year Award
2010

Klamath County Volunteer of the Year Award presented to Michael Kaibel, Director Klamath Chapter Hands Project, by Leroy Cabral, Director United Way of the Klamath Basin.