This year’s Volunteer Awards Ceremony will be taking place online on Friday 11 June 2021, 3 pm-5 pm. This means it is time to nominate the amazing volunteers who you thought contributed so much to the Huntington’s Disease Association. Due to COVID-19, we weren't able to celebrate our fundraisers in 2019, so this year we're looking for nominations from both 2019 and 2020!
Below you can discover the categories for this year's awards along with how to nominate that special fundraiser.
Help to celebrate the amazing support of our volunteer fundraisers by nominating a fundraiser in this year’s Huntington’s Disease Association Digital Volunteer Fundraiser Awards.
There are four categories in this year's awards:
We want to hear all about the young person who has been inspirational in their fundraising for the Huntington's Disease Association in 2019 and 2020. If you are nominating someone in this category, please put the contact details of their parent or guardian.
Nominate your fundraiser of the year - the person who has tirelessly fundraised for the Huntington's Disease Association in 2019 and 2020.
Nominate your branch or support group volunteer of the year - who is the person that makes sure your branch meetings run smoothly or is always there with a cuppa and a smile to make your branch members feel welcomed in 2019 and 2020?
This might be a group of friends or work colleagues who went above and beyond to raise funds for the Huntington's Disease Association in 2019 and 2020. Tell us about the people who came together to inspire their friends and colleagues to join them to raise funds for our work.
Fundraisers must have raised money for the Huntington's Disease Association in the years 2019 and/or 2020.
Please fill in the form below explaining in 100 words why you think your nominee deserves to win an award for their fantastic fundraising efforts!
If you have any questions regarding the nomination process please get in touch with our fundraising team at [email protected].
Thank you to everyone who has supported the Huntington's Disease Association, we wouldn’t be here without you.