community stars

Vote Now For Community Stars 2017

It’s easy:

  1. Read about the shortlisted nominees
  2. Click on the link for each category to vote online or download the voting coupon from the Telegraph and Argus page for each category.
  3. You have one vote in each category.
  4. Tick the “share my opinion” box to let your friends know.
  5. “Like” the People Can Facebook.
  6. Have a brew.

Volunteer Award online vote or coupon vote details of the shortlist.

Better Start Bradford Award online vote   or coupon vote details of the shortlist.

Community group online vote or coupon vote details of the shortlist.

Fundraiser Award online vote or coupon vote details of the amazing shortlist.

Good Neighbours Award online vote or coupon vote details of the wonderful shortlist.

Business Award online vote or coupon vote and the brilliant shortlist.

Young Active Citizen Award online vote  or coupon vote with details of the shortlist.

Community Champion Award online vote or coupon vote with details of the shortlist.

The honours are organised by the Telegraph & Argus, Better Start Bradford and Bradford Council in a bid to ensure those striving to make a difference in their local communities are properly recognised.

A panel of judges have sifted through all the nominations and whittled them down to a shortlist of nominees across the now eight categories.

You can vote for the winners, who will be unveiled at a ceremony to be held at the Midland Hotel, on Wednesday, December 6, where each category winner will be honoured with the Bradford Medal.

The Community Stars Awards are part of the People Can Make a Difference campaign which aims to recognise the voluntary work already being carried out in the district. It encourages people to make a difference in a number of ways, such as being neighbourly, through community action or volunteering, as well as raising money for local projects.

This time we are also looking for Bradford’s unsung businesses, large and small, who go above and beyond to make a real difference to the people of the district. This could be firms that raise funds, recycle or share their resources. It could be giving unsold food to a food kitchen for the homeless, letting charities use meeting or boardrooms, sponsorship or grant-giving, or staff giving up their time through corporate volunteering.

 

Thank you for your votes and the closing date is the 27th November.

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