Crawford received this award, a shoe and leg brace, for supporting the Texas Theatres Crippled Children's Fund. This award was presented to Crawford on November 5, 1952, by the Gonzales Warm Springs Foundation, in association with the Texas Council for Motion Picture Organizations.
This testimonial was presented to Crawford by the Carbonated Beverage Syrup and Allied Trades Division of the United Jewish Appeal of Greater New York on May 18, 1960. This document describes Crawford as "an almost legendary figure in the motion picture world."
Crawford received this City of Hope Award on July 10, 1963, at the "Night of Stars" at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in California. This award was presented in appreciation for Crawford's donation of time and funds to the City of Hope Hospital in California, a research center for life-threatening diseases.