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Volunteer awards campaign launched

Howard Lake | 25 May 2005 | News

A poster campaign has been launched to encourage members of the public to propose volunteers who they feel deserve a Year of the Volunteer medal.

The ‘Who will you nominate?’ campaign will urge people to think about someone they know who gives their time for free. Nominees could win one of 2005 medals produced for the Year of the Volunteer Awards.

CSV’s Jason Tanner, spokesman for the Year of the Volunteer, said that the awards gave everyone a chance to recognise a volunteer they know – and to say ‘thank you’.


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The posters, which will be distributed to libraries, hospitals, town halls and other public buildings, feature three images of volunteer models and accompanying statistics:

Nominations forms can be accessed online and must be submitted by 18 July 2005. Volunteers can be nominated in five categories: Commitment, Impact, Inspiration, Innovation and Partnership.