The Barron Prize was founded in 2001 by author T.A. Barron. It is named after his mother, Gloria Barron. The Prize is an annual award that celebrates outstanding young leaders ages 8-18 who have made a significant positive difference to people and the planet. Since its founding, the Barron Prize has won the support of the National Geographic Education Foundation, Girl Scouts of America, National Youth Leadership Council, and many other national organizations.
As prize founder T.A. Barron explains, “Nothing is more inspiring than stories about heroic people who have truly made a difference to the world. And we need our heroes today more than ever. Not celebrities, but heroes-people whose character can inspire us all. That is the purpose of the Gloria Barron Prize: to share positive examples of heroism with as many young people as possible.”
Manasvi's Congressional Mention by US Congresswoman Sue Myrick- Manasvi recieves Congressional Mention in April 2011 in a motion presented by Sue Myrick.
Wipe Out Kid's Cancer: Recognizes Manasvi's effort to help kid's with cancer and her work in Bone Marrow Awareness and presented an award and provided her with a laptop and printer to help continue her work.
Senator AwardManasvi recieved an Award from Candlelighters Ottawa in 2011