Nine Time Warner employees will receive the Andrew Heiskell Community Service Award at a luncheon held in the Manhattan TW headquarters today .

The award, being presented for the 12th year, was named in honor of the former Time Inc. chairman and CEO.

It’s given to “employees who, through acts of volunteerism, have demonstrated outstanding personal commitment to community service.”

The nine, who were chosen from a pool of 44,000, each will receive $ 1,000, with another $ 2,000 donated to their favority charity.

The nine are:

Charles Ansel, manager of WB animation, honored for his community service work with AIDS patients; Gary Belsky, a writer for Money magazine, for work with the homeless and AIDS-stricken mothers with crack problems; Joseph Belvedere, a TW Cable sales rep, for efforts with those with developmental disabilities.

Kerri Dubler, circulation manager for American Lawyer Media, for encouraging her colleagues to become involved in volunteer work; Sarah Jack, assistant marketing manager for People magazine, working with people suffering from life-threatening illnesses; George Mayott, a printer for Ivy Hill Graphics, for 25 years with a Long Island, N.Y., ambulance service.

Pat Sanchez, a retail sales exec for HBO, for her toils in the Los Angeles Latino community; Anke Stein, a division head at Warner Music Manufacturing in Alsdorf, Germany, who has fought the recent right-wing extremism in her country; Linda Williams, a manager of human resources at TW Cable, for her work with inner-city underprivileged children.

Awards will be presented by Robert Morgado, chairman of TW Music Group, and J. Richard Munro, chairman of the executive committee of the TW board.