Beliefnet Announces Winners for the "Most Inspiring Person of the Year"

Beliefnet, the largest online resource for inspiration and spirituality, announces winners of 2011 Most Inspiring Person of the Year award. Jay Winuk, a Mahopac, NY resident and recipient of The President’s Call to Service Award, was chosen as the Reader’s Choice Award winner. The Editor’s Choice Award winner is Katie Davis, a resident of the Nashville, Tennessee area, and mother of 13 adopted daughters.

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Norfolk, VA, December 6, 2011—Beliefnet, the most comprehensive online resource for inspiration and spirituality, announced the winners for the annual “Most Inspiring Person of the Year” campaign which recognizes outstanding achievement for individuals whose actions inspire others around the world. Two winners were chosen, one by readers’ votes and the other by the editors of Beliefnet.com.

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Jay Winuk, a Mahopac, NY resident and recipient of The President’s Call to Service Award, was chosen as the Reader’s Choice Award winner. Jay lost his younger brother, Glenn, an attorney and firefighter, in the line of duty on 9/11. His brother’s courage inspired Jay to co-found MyGoodDeed.org, a nonprofit leading the movement to transform 9/11 into an annually recognized National Day of Service and Remembrance. Jay will be honored with Beliefnet’s Cup of Kindness™ award which celebrates the establishment and development of MyGoodDeed.org.

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