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Lifetime Achievement

The Lifetime Achievement Award recognises an individual who has had a deep and active involvement within the community sector over a number of years. 

Our judges will be looking for someone who has been a passionate advocate of the sector, supporting it both as part of their organisation and also as a leader more widely. 

Nominations must be made by a third party and cannot be made by the nominee themselves. The third party can, however, work for the organisation that the nominee works or has worked for. This award will not have a shortlist and the winner will be selected by our judges from the nominations and informed ahead of the event.

To submit a nomination for this award you will need to provide: 


Main Evidence: 

A successful entry will provide a compelling profile of the individual in no more than 1000 words including: 

1) How has the individual been a committed leader in the community sector either locally or nationally? 

2) How have they innovated or brought about change in order to improve the lives of people in their communities? 

Background Information:  An up to 300-word summary / biography of the nominee. 

Supporting evidence:  You may provide one or two supporting statements from members or supporters of the community of up to 300 words each.  You may provide at least one image of the nominee.

The deadline for nominations is Friday 1 March 2024.

To nominate someone for the Lifetime Achievement Award, please complete the form below -

Thanks for submitting!

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