Hunts Forum is inviting nominations for its annual Volunteer Awards.
Volunteering is the lifeblood of our communities. It can take many forms, from befriender to bookkeeper, tea-maker to trustee. All of these roles are equally important in ensuring that our community organisations thrive. In 2020, volunteering has never been more important, and the people of Huntingdonshire have truly risen to the challenge.
Our Volunteer Awards are an opportunity to shine a light on the people who deserve special praise for their contribution. 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 who has gone the extra mile in recent months. Please share their stories with us and your fellow Hunts Forum members. You can do so by filling in the 2020 Member Volunteer Award Nomination Form and returning it to Trisha@huntsforum.org.uk by Monday 9th November 2020. Anyone who volunteers for a Hunts Forum member organisation is eligible for this award.
We are also welcoming nominations for our Rural Volunteer Award, which is open to all community organisations across Cambridgeshire. It celebrates the contribution of volunteers in rural areas of our county. Please download the 2020 Rural Volunteer Award nomination form and return it to Trisha@huntsforum.org.uk by Monday 9th November 2020
The awards winners will be announced at the Hunts Forum AGM on Wednesday 2 December 2020, starting at 16:00. This year it will be a blended event, so people can either attend online or in-person subject to the government’s guidelines for social distancing. Please mark this date in your diary.