Nominations for campaigns award now open
Published on 15 April 2013 11:30 AM
Do you know an older person campaigning to improve society at a community, national or international level? If so, they would be a perfect candidate for the 2013 Take Action Award, run by the Sheila McKechnie Foundation (SMK) and sponsored by Age UK.
The award will be given to a campaigner who is aged 60 or older, and taking action on an issue that matters to them. Previous winners and finalists campaigned on issues such as tackling doorstep lenders, preventing prostate cancer, and preserving ancient woodland.
The awards celebrate people who want to make a difference and want some support to get results. The winner will attend an inspiring residential skills-building weekend, receive one-to-one help and advice from experienced campaigners, and much more.
Nominate an older campaigner to receive this award
Nominations are now open. If you are a campaigner and think you would benefit from the kind of support the award offers, or you know someone else who would, please apply:
- To request a nomination form, contact Aura from the SMK Foundation on 020 7697 4044 or email at email@example.com
- Alternatively, you can find out more information and download nomination forms online by visiting www.smk.org.uk/campaigner-awards
The deadline for applications is 1pm, Monday 10th June.
Please tell your friends, colleagues and professional networks about this award. If you would like some printed flyers to promote the award, contact Alice Moore at the SMK Foundation on firstname.lastname@example.org or call her on 020 7697 4045.