NATIONAL VOLUNTEER AWARD 2021
Call for Nominations
The Malta Council for the Voluntary Sector is issuing the call for Nominations for the National Volunteer Award in 2021.
The aim of the Award
- To give broad recognition to the service done by the nominees;
- To create awareness of the exemplary values displayed by the models for youth and wider society; and
- nominated volunteers and organisations with the goal of locating role
- To recognise the important contributions made in various fields.
The National Volunteer Award shall be awarded to an individual volunteer who has contributed in any field, such as social, humanitarian, health, ecological, cultural, education, sports, etc. The voluntary work must have had a positive contribution towards a particular field and should ideally have served as an inspiration to others.
The Youth Volunteer Award shall be awarded to a Volunteer between the age of 16 and 30 years. This award shall have the same aims as the National Volunteer Award and has the main scope to promote volunteering amongst young people.
The Voluntary Organisation Award shall be awarded to a Voluntary Organisation who has been outstanding in the sector in which it operates, being both innovative in its approach and services within the community as well as in its way of recruiting and supporting volunteers.
The Corporate Volunteer Award shall be awarded to a Company or Organisation coming from the Private Sector which has given tangible support to the Voluntary Sector, both by direct support as well as by supporting and facilitating its employees to volunteer.
The Eligibility Criteria can be found as part of each Nomination Form below.
Deadline for Nominations
The closing date for the nominations shall be the Friday the 5th November 2021 at noon.