Nominations for Volunteer Awards 2023 now OPEN

Hunts Forum is inviting nominations for it’s annual Volunteer Awards, which will be held for another year at Hinchingbrook Park.

Volunteering has been and continues to be the lifeblood of our communities. In the past few years, many organisations have relied even more on those individuals who support and make things happen!

Our Volunteer Awards are an opportunity to shine a light on the people who deserve special praise for their contributions. The Deputy Lord Lieutenant, Mr Daryl Brown MBE will be joining us to present the awards this year.

Nominate your volunteers

It might be someone who kick-started a new project, an unsung hero who rarely receives thanks, someone, who has provided years of service or has gone the extra mile recently. As in previous years, we will have our Volunteer Award and Rural Volunteer Award. In addition, this year we want to celebrate your Trustees and Young Volunteers.

 The Volunteer, Trustee and Young Volunteer Awards are open to Hunts Forum members, and nominations can be made by filling in this short form and sending it to info@huntsforum.org.uk

 Nomination form – Volunteer Award

The Volunteer Award is our chance to celebrate any volunteering, so nominations are open to any volunteer within a Hunts Forum member organisation. You tell us how outstanding those chosen individuals are.

Nomination form – Trustee of the Year Award

An award to thank a member of your board who has gone beyond their legal duties and supported the organisation in ways that have impacted the community.

Nomination form – Young Volunteer of the Year Award

This award recognises young volunteers’ fantastic work for their community. This award is for anyone aged up to 25 who has contributed to their local organisation in such a way that there has been a considerable impact.

We also welcome nominations for our Rural Volunteer Award, open to all community organisations across Cambridgeshire.

 Nomination form – Rural Award

The Rural Volunteer Award celebrates volunteers’ contributions to our county’s rural areas. This area falls outside one of the major towns and is open to all community organisations across Cambridgeshire, regardless of membership status.

All nominations must be made through the correct form and sent to info@huntsforum.org.uk by the 2nd of June 2023. For all enquiries relating to the awards, please email info@huntsforum.org.uk 

 All final winners will be announced at the award ceremony on the 4th of July, and those shortlisted will be invited to attend the event. Everyone nominated will received a certificate.