Face2Face Healing founder Karen Scuilli, center right, of Washington, Pa., gets a hug from Jefferson Awards board member Julia Gleason as her mother Patricia Rush of Indian Land, S.C., and her son, Seth Scuilli, 14, look on. Ms. Scuilli received the Jefferson Awards’ “Most Outstanding Volunteer” honor Wednesday at the Heinz History Center in the Strip District. “This was overwhelming. Behind every person who wins there is a story that runs so deep,” Ms. Gleason said. “It just blows your mind . ... There are angels that walk among us.” The award recognizes Ms. Scuilli’s work at Face2Face Healing to support people adapting to disfigurement. “I want to be able to continue to grow my organization and connect with veterans and connect with politicians and advocate ... so we don’t have to hide, so we can walk together and be supported.” The award will allow Ms. Scuilli to go to Washington, D.C., to talk more about her work.