The Ceredigion Volunteer Awards 2021 Nomination Form

The Ceredigion Volunteer Awards celebrate volunteers who has carried out exceptional work in their community which has made a real difference to others.  

The deadline to make nominations was the 16th August 2021.

Winners will be announced on 5th October – Be Nice Day.

Rules of the award scheme 

Nominations must be received by 16th August 2021  

Nominees must be volunteering in Ceredigion. 

Permission must be sought from the nominee. 

Winners will be contacted by CAVO and invited to thank you event. 

Photographs and information regarding their volunteering may be used for publicity purposes. 

An independent panel of judges consisting of CAVO staff, trustees and representatives of the voluntary sector will make the final decision on winning entries. 

  • Volunteers cannot be nominated by themselves or a family member.
  • Nominees may only be nominated for one category.
  • Information gathered as a result of the Ceredigion Volunteer Award of Recognition 2021 will be kept by CAVO in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018. 

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